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I don’t know when exactly Tao did this, but he finally purged his account so that all that is left is the very recent post for us fans and the rest that are just stating, “Nothing in this world is impossible to me.” The posts that deviated from repeating that quote are all gone.
I think it’s the most appropriate decision for him to make if he wants to grow even bigger. Reaching success requires setting some boundaries and depersonalizing himself from social media to keep his private life safe. Despite this, it’s upsetting to think about how he’s no longer able to dispatch himself through the online tools that we readily abuse with our own hormonal angst. Tao embraces his emotions and likes to express them, but now he doesn’t have the outlet he used to have, and with the life he has now, there’s only so many opportunities in which he can do just that.
It’s not as a big deal as I’m making it sound, but it’s a little interesting to consider the division between our lives and his, and I guess I am just a little reminiscent of the posts that used to exist in his tencent. It’s like losing an unimportant collection of why I was drawn to him in the first place. Most of us who have known his pre-debut existence hopefully understands what I’m feeling.