Netizens Are Furious After RIIZE’s Anton Has To Respond To An “Inappropriate” Marriage Proposal Sign

Netizens Are Furious After RIIZE’s Anton Has To Respond To An “Inappropriate” Marriage Proposal Sign

Netizens have praised RIIZE‘s Anton for his response to an “inappropriate” sign at a recent show.

RIIZE’s Anton | @riize_official/Instagram

Since debuting, despite being young, Anton has showcased immense talent and charisma on stage, winning the hearts of fans worldwide.

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Sadly, even though Anton is very young, the idol is not exempt from inappropriate signs at concerts. On X, a video circulated showing a sign being shown to RIIZE’s Anton that read, “Anton daddy, marry me.”

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After reading the sign, the idol looked serious as he shook his head at the proposal from the fan.

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When the video was posted online, it was met with a huge range of reactions.

anton rejecting a fan when she asked him to marry her lmfao

— (@daintoiny) May 8, 2024

While some praised Anton for his behavior toward the sign, many emphasized how inappropriate the phrase was, considering that the idol had only turned 20. Although the sign would be wrong for any idol, Anton has just turned the legal age in Korea, and the fact that he could understand what was being said was even worse for fans.

some of you are so embarrassing what the hell is that sign

— abbie (@wontongirlz) May 8, 2024

This is just weird. I really hope these “fans” can respect idols by not being weird. Calling someone that word is also weird, I hope fans who are like this can stop using their weird fetish’s towards idols, and respect their boundaries instead.

— orbitzen¹² (@winwincatluver) May 8, 2024

I think ppl need to understand that many idols don’t like being called daddy, ESPECIALLY from a fluent english speaker born and raised in america

— eImada (@babyIoner) May 8, 2024

calling a freshly turned 20 y/o boy that word publicly. y’all have no moral or shame whatsoever idgaf if you’re the same age as him why would you pay to make your idol uncomfortable?

— seokie’s (@seokiesdolpeu) May 8, 2024

riize finally putting the boo heejoo freaks in their places who else cheered

— mj (@subakluver) May 8, 2024

Fans have great opportunities at shows to interact with idols, but making them uncomfortable with signs is taking advantage of the chance.

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