|Posted by takai0826 on December 12, 2011 at 9:15 AM||comments (6)|
|Posted by 山田彩 on July 30, 2011 at 4:35 PM||comments (7)|
I thought that members from this site and our Facebook page are able to send a Anniversary letter to Hey! Say! JUMP. You can write a letter with the maximum of 150 words (If you have any specific requests, please contact me). The reason there is a limit, is because I will be translating every single letter from the fans that wish to do it and it would be a little difficult if the letters were 500 words long... hahaha.
I am willing to receive emails (letters that need translating) starting from July 17th and I will stop receiving them at August 17th. So please write whatever you want in your letter and I will hand write them in Japanese and send it off to Hey! Say! JUMP!!!!!!! When you email me, you MUST include: 1) Your name 2) Your age 3) What country you are from
If you are uncomfortable writing your real name/age/country, feel free to write a fake identity.
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have fun writing!!
|Posted by Sherry Arioka Chen on July 10, 2011 at 3:00 AM||comments (7)|
TRANSLATED BY SHERRYARIOKA!! NOT LINDSEY.
|Posted by Lindsey on June 27, 2011 at 9:05 PM||comments (9)|
I copied and pasted this from Tokyohive
Hey! Say! JUMP member, Morimoto Ryutaro’s (16) smoking photos recently appeared on the latest issue of “Shukan Josei” which was released on June 28th. Because of this, Johnny & Associates made an announcement that Morimoto’s entertainment activities will be suspended indefinitely.
“Shukan Josei” posted the photo of Morimoto smoking which was from back in May of 2010 when Morimoto was just 15 years old. Additionally, other photos of him from January 2010 were also posted which means he was 14 years old at the time of those photos.
According to Johnny & Associates, when they asked Morimoto for an explanation, he admitted that he has smoked several times in the past out of curiosity.
The company made a statement, “Although he is deeply searching his conscience, it is common sense that the law prohibits minors from smoking, and it’s a prohibited act. Taking this fact seriously, we have decided to suspend his entertainment activities indefinitely.”
Hey! Say! JUMP is scheduled to release their new single “OVER” on the 29th, and also many promotional activities are planned, however, the group will have to continue their activities with nine members now.
Hopefully this doesnt cause too much damage, but I believe this is a big deal and therefore I wrote it on the homepage.
|Posted by Lindsey on June 25, 2011 at 7:30 PM||comments (7)|
I'm just letting you all know that I am available now to translate stuff. Just give me the materials and where they came from, and I'll do my best to translate them within a week.