Fans are visibly concerned after former Topp Dogg member Kim Minsung (Hansol during his Topp Dogg promotions) was seen during his live broadcast with his wrists bleeding, crying, and asking for help.
This is not his first time he has gone live with content that concerned his fans, as he contemplated suicide during an Instagram Live back in June 2017.
He also made 2 Instagram posts that were the start of fan’s concerns.
“Give me a break, can’t you even give up that small amount of money.”
“Where am I going? The path I’m on isn’t somewhere big, but where would I go if I don’t go my own way?”
Kim Minsung also posted on his account dedicated to his international fans in English, revealing his internal battle with his demons.
Kim Minsung’s fans and K-Pop fans in general are now posting messages of support on his Instagram.
“Please don’t give up”
can you guys send minsung, former topp dogg member, some love please hes really struggling https://t.co/aECpegfyiT
— autumn (@haofansite) May 24, 2018
Can you guys, who come across this tweet, please please please!!! Send positive messages to Minsung, Topp Dogg's former member Hansol, through his ig messages @/another_930615 ? I can't afford to lose another artist!!
I'M DESPERATE PLS HELP TOPP DOGG WERE ONE OF MY FIRST GROUPS
— ᴀʀɪᴀꜱ♡ (@Cypherstaee) May 24, 2018
His fans also got in contact with his management, who have confirmed that Kim Minsung is OK right now.
PLEASE RT: His manager is in direct contact as we speak and Minsung is OK, we ask that you remove all posts about the live once again & just use the tag on instagram. Please do not tag him/his management in posts regarding the live. He needs space and support right now. Thank you
— #OurButterflyMinsung (@yoursweetguys) May 25, 2018
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Here is a list of international hotlines you can call, or call your country’s emergency number.