July 8, Darvish updated his blog: "Apologies for this late night update... I just got pissed off". Darvish did not mention the name of the restaurant, the person, and the tweets in question, but he said: "I was just eating at a restaurant a while back, and I'm not sure if that guy was a staff member, but it seems that person tweeted the events as they went on; in full detail".
"It didn't seem like anyone noticed me at all... Where were they watching me from? Scary!". "To think that the food was actually good. How should I put it, this just left me with such a bad aftertaste. Actually, it gave me a bad impression.".
Not just celebrities, but intrusion into one's privacy is generally not accepted. "Why would shop employees tweet something like that? Weren't they taught not to do such a thing? I have experience in customer service and I really don't get this. I don't think I can eat out in peace anymore. It's all so troublesome." "Stress! I'll go run for a bit."
Other Twitter incidents involving celebrities are Junichi Inamoto and Miho Tanaka's date before they got married in 2011, which turned into a huge media circus. Recently, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Ebizo Ichikawa both complained about being pictured without permission last month. Akemi Darenogare and Hachimitsu Jiro also complained about similar incidents soon after.
Can people even recognize these guys even without makeup on?
Just go eat at home
> Why would shop employees tweet something like that?
Because they're part-timers w
They have no sense of loyalty towards the shop they're working for w And their pay is cheap, so that's just them releasing their stress w
If he doesn't like it then he should stop being a celebrity
I understand that when someone takes your picture, it's like a violation of your image rights. Then what do you call this one? I'm not sure, but I don't think there are enough laws being enforced for the protection of personal privacy.
Anyone pinpointed this yet?
So this means that tabloids can do things like this so they can make some profits, but amateurs aren't allowed to, huh?
Because that guy must've been a part-timer
Which store is this? If he keeps on holding back such information, it will just cause trouble to the other stores so he should write the name of the store already.
Maybe those bottom-feeder part timers at diners and apparel stores can't understand it even if you tell them that they're not supposed to have information leaked out. They probably don't have any customer service awareness, and are only concerned about having fun by themselves.
But Golden Bomber are pretty much has-beens already w At least he made the news with this w
It just means that this is how the brains of people who are interested in these guys work w Normal people of society don't even know what he looks like.
So Twitter is just a tool that further promotes stupid people? You've got all to lose and nothing to gain...
If he doesn't like things like this done to him, then he should just quit being a celebrity. Why does he have to blame the restaurant staff? This dumba$$ should actually be grateful since he's getting free publicity.
I guess he doesn't wear that makeup in his private affairs. I'm amazed that people recognized him without any makeup on.
Two sides of the same coin. You're still good as long as you still got haters, and you're still good as long as people are still talking about you. I don't think anyone would be tweeting about seeing him in public 10 years from now.
This isn't just about celebrities, don't write any info about your customers
というルールあるのか？ ないだろ？ 欠陥SNSの仕組みの不備なんだよ
Are there really any rules saying that you can't tweet about a celebrity coming to your shop? None, right? It's all shortcomings of SNS.
What's the point of him writing something like this on his blog? It's not like he's even revealing the name of the restaurant. He probably just wanted comments like "Poor thing, hug me!" from his fans.
I'd understand it if a regular person tweeted, but a restaurant staff? Does Bakatter really have any merits?
Things like this escalate into huge issues at least once every 6 months, but it never comes to an end. Such a mystery.
So what is this guy planning on doing in 2~5 years time? Yoshiki and Shinya are still around because they're good at drumming, but he can't do anything so he'll probably retire, huh.
Overseas, people would tweet about the celeb and people would just give a wow and then let it go as if nothing happened, but Japan's complaining celebs seem to have this right to complain about tweets as well.
I think this should be given some more thought, or else, rival companies might use this to their advantage. They could mingle with the other customers, and do something similar while pretending to be that restaurant's staff, right? I saw this one below a while ago and made me scared.
He should be grateful that he's at least getting publicity. The day will come when no one will even give a damn about him.
Does meeting celebrities really give you any sort of bragging rights? It's not as if you know them in person. I also can't understand people who take pictures of them.
Looks like people's heads haven't been catching up to the development and spread of SNS.
People just normally tweet stuff like "I saw ____" to brag about it to their friends so they can get wows. But in reality, it's all being broadcast to the rest of the world and causes quite a fuss.
Who wouldn't want to tweet about seeing someone eat with that kind of makeup on?
Why are all these different celebrities suddenly starting to complain this year? They should've started doing so ages ago.
If you just limited it to blog posts like "I saw ____ in ____ today~" then that would be nice, but things about him got posted in real time as they were happening, right?
I'd understand how he'd get mad at that.
And the fact that the personnel tweeted during his shift?
Now that's wrong.
Kenji said that he only blogs and doesn't go on Twitter because he'd definitely make a blunder, but then there's no point to that if it gets turned into an article like this and he gets flamed in return
I guess it can't be helped if he went to a place with a lot of part-timers. Being popular just means you have an increased chance of getting involved with stupid people.
Their difference in salary also comes into consideration here, so just let it rest.
Maybe he'll be more at peace if he eats at restaurants with private rooms.
I guess the only countermeasure these celebs can take when eating out is to eat out in proper, higher class restaurants. But even still, Junichi Inamoto and Miho Tanaka who ate at a hotel restaurant were still exposed by one of their staff, right?
It just means that the shop will have less customers coming in when a stupid part-timer tweets stuff like this so I think it's all fair.
If the shop doesn't want their customers to decrease, then they have to enforce such laws. If their employees haven't been trained well, then they'll make customers unhappy, leading to less customers.
I guess I can understand his point
Don't expect to be treated properly when you go into restaurants that have part-timers who are bottom feeders
They should've just asked for his autograph instead. Because you're allowed to show that the moment he agrees to it.
Same with Kyary and Darvish, but the moment they get popular, they start cautioning these personnel. I'm sure that they never even paid any attention to things like that before they rose to fame.
Nah, this is still a violation of proper manners. Even those stolen shots inside trains, even if you're not a celebrity, is against the proper code of conduct.
Would've been funny if he also got tweeted about while he was jogging. w
I guess people do it because they don't have anything to tweet, and suddenly start to think that they've got something to share once they see celebs
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