Soccer connoisseur Yuya Tegoshi: Loneliness of not being called up for terrestrial broadcasting even at the start of the World Cup
The Qatar World Cup soccer tournament began on November 20 (Japan Standard Time), and the games are being hotly contested.
One of the most well-known soccer experts in the entertainment industry is Yuya Tegoshi, a former member of NEWS, who has turned into a YouTube star.
During his time with Johnny’s, he was a longtime anchor for NTV’s “FIFA Club World Cup. During the annual “Johnny’s Sports Day,” he showed off his unique skills as an experienced soccer player.
However, since leaving Johnny’s in 2008, Tekashi’s exposure to soccer has declined dramatically. Strictly speaking, his passion for soccer has not waned, but his opportunities for venting it have been limited.
On November 4, Tekashi was the program MC for the first installment of the YouTube program “Thorough Discussion CH” on the Japanese national soccer team. On Twitter, he wrote
I’ve been waiting for you! It’s been a little over two years since I’ve been away from soccer programs, but this will be my first time as MC in a while.
I’ve been away from soccer for a little over two years now.
I will do my best while having fun so that I can draw out the true feelings of the audience without any discovery, which I can only talk about on YouTube. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the offer.
I thank you from the bottom of my heart for the offer. The second episode of the program will be broadcast live on December 8, but it seems that there will be no “call” from terrestrial broadcasting.
He said, “Compared to when I was in Johnny’s, I am not so conspicuous anymore. I think he must be feeling a little frustrated that the World Cup is about to start. It would be unthinkable for him to thank Johnny’s on Twitter for the offer of a TV show.
Tekashi opened a YouTube channel in June 2008. His real-time press conference set a record with 1.32 million simultaneous connections, but the number of subscribers and views has been steadily declining as time goes by.
He has been derided by some as a “wacko,” but in his own way, he continues to make his own attempts to improve his channel. He has always been a gamer, and recently he has been doing live video game broadcasts to keep up with the latest fads. This has been a success, and he has been invited to video game-related events, so we will see how far he can go from here.
Just then, “cold water” was poured on him.
When Hideaki Takizawa, a.k.a. Tackey, opened a Twitter account, Tekashi wrote a message to him, to which Takushi Okuno, the representative of the burdock party who became a household name for “littering” Floyd Mayweather with a bouquet of flowers, replied that Tekashi had a “secret face. Okuno, a representative of the Gobo no Toshi party, who became famous for “littering flowers” to Floyd Mayweather, revealed Tegoshi’s “secret face. Mr. Okuno told Tekashi
He should start over as a human being from scratch.
He should start over as a human being from scratch. In a video interview (later deleted) with Gyasi (Yoshikazu Higashitani) that was released on March 18, Okuno said, “When I started Gobo, I helped him.
When I asked him to help me when I launched Gobo, he said, ‘No, I don’t want to,’ and we argued. Then (Tekashi) said, ‘You! Who are you talking to?
He is the king of the “Tekashi Kingdom. Everyone teases him about how cute he is, but you have to take care of the people who support you.
He stated. Gurthy responded.
Gyasi responded, “It’s like a quarrel between father and son (laughs).”
Gyasi responded, “It’s like a fight between father and son. A person involved in the TV business responded
“The ‘king of Tekashi’s kingdom’ is an apt description. Recently, he held his first vocal concert since the COVID-19 crisis, and the majority of the audience were enthusiastic female fans who bought a lot of goods.
Having a large number of “fixed fans” is a typical success story, but in Tekashi’s opinion, the current situation is different from the vision he had envisioned after leaving Johnny’s. He is now a “fan” of the World Cup in Qatar, but he is not a “fan” of the World Cup. He would have liked to be more involved in the World Cup in Qatar or to compete in the wider world.
He pointed out, “I would have liked to be more involved in the World Cup in Qatar and compete in the wider world.
Tekashi was not retweeted by the aforementioned Tacky, who gave him the “full ignore” story. Will he be able to go on the offensive from here?
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