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Tatsuhisa Suzuki Apologizes for ‘Irresponsible and Inappropriate Behavior’

tatsuhisa suzukiIf you’ve been following the news about LiSA and her singer/voice actor husband Tatsuhisa Suzuki (AKA vocalist Ta_2 from OLDCODEX), you’ve seen the fallout from previous allegations that Suzuki cheated on LiSA and the hiatuses both artists took as a result of what LiSA refers to as “mental and physical fatigue” and Suzuki cited as poor health. Now Suzuki has made a formal statement, and while the aforementioned allegations are just that at the moment, the OLDCODEX lead is sorry for his unspecified actions.

Here’s what Tatsuhisa Suzuki had to say in his handwritten apology:

I am deeply sorry for having caused everyone inconvenience and concern due to my irresponsible and inappropriate behavior.

I am deeply sorry for my actions, and I strongly regret causing inconvenience and concern to many others by acting foolishly.

Going forward on each and every matter, I will be more aware of how much influence my behavior has on those around me, I will be more respectful than ever before, I will do all I can to reexamine myself, and I will act in good faith.

Again, I deeply apologize to everyone who supports me. I am truly sorry.

In addition to being the frontman of OLDCODEX, Tatsuhisa Suzuki is known for voicing anime characters like Ban from The Seven Deadly Sins, Kazunari Takao in Kuroko’s Basketball, and many more.

LiSA saw a major rise in an already meteoric career after she sang the opening song to Demon Slayer, “Gurenge.” Besides her work on the Demon Slayer anime, she has sung opening theme songs for Sword Art Online, Sword Art Online II, Sword Art Online the Movie: Ordinal Scale, Sword Art Online: Alicization – War of Underworld, My Hero Academia, Fate/Zero, il sole penetra le illusioni ~ Day Break Illusion, Nisekoi, The irregular at magic high school, and Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works.

According to the OLDCODEX website, the future of the group is still to be determined.

Via Anime News Network