MBK Entertainment has had enough of the hate toward T-ara and its other artists!
On June 20, the group's agency revealed through a screenshot posted on its official SNS that it was currently collecting informative mail about the spreading of false rumors and malicious comments following its statement a few days before.
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MBK said at the time, "All this time, we've been considering malicious comments as another way of showing interest, so we had not taken any action, but as time passes, we've realized that more and more circulations of rumors and malicious comments are going too far. So that the artists in our agency will not retain psychological harm, we can no longer turn a blind eye to this.
"We will take strong action against the first circulators of all rumors as well as the second and third circulators who helped to expose and spread the rumors as well as the people who left malicious rumors that make personal attacks.
"Later, through real-time monitoring, once we confirm such actions, we will enter the legal step no matter what, and will not make any settlements or go easy on anyone who has behaved this way."