A few days ago, it was reported that a transgender woman, A, had written a Facebook post maligning male idol, B, for casting her aside after taking advantage of her resources. She had revealed that the idol in question had joined an already existing idol group back in November, which of course led to widespread speculations about his possible identity.
One of these guesses included Mr.Mr's Hon, which led the group's agency Winning Insight to release their official stance on February 17. The agency wrote:
"Transgender A's writing has nothing to do with Mr.Mr's Hon. These claims are groundless. After checking for confirmation, we found out that A and Mr.Mr's Hon were friends that counseled each other about their concerns even before A became a transgender. There was a time they helped each other out financially, but they are not more than friends.
Contrary to A's assertions, the claims they were more than friends, they were living together, she introduced him to a host bar for work, and she filmed their sexual intercourse are all false. Resulting from the controversial writing, Hon is having a hard time because of the shock and hurt he received from a friend whom he had trusted. We are preparing to sue A for defamation."
Stay tuned for updates.