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Posted by yckim124 AKP STAFF Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Fans turn their backs on Seungri following the Burning Sun assault controversy



Even fans are turning their backs on Big Bang's Seungri

Burning Sun, the club operated by Seungri, has been making headlines for days after alleged victims came forward with stories on how they were physically and sexually assaulted at the establishment. Despite the buzz, Seungri has been remaining silent on the issue, and netizens, as well as fans, are disappointed by Seungri's irresponsible behavior. 

One fan page has even shut down. The fan with the Twitter username MoonlightsR_ stated, "I'm closing my account. I have nothing more to say. He might not have a direct relation to the assault but didn't he mention it himself multiple times that he runs the club? There's no way he didn't know. Even if he didn't, would he be able to leave out the head (of Burning Sun in the issue) if he was the victim? He definitely has to take responsibility."

Other fans also agreed and are demanding Seungri take responsibility. 

What are your thoughts on the issue? 

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emmamadison249,949 pts Wednesday, January 30, 2019 2
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Honestly it's just too much of a coincidence for Seungri not to have been aware:

1. He resigns one week before this whole scandal blows up

2. He said publicly that he's different that other CEOs because runs his businesses personally and oversees the day to day activities.

3. For the employees to be able to pay off the police without having any connections nor be celebrities themselves is just impossible. Someone with connections is the only one that can make something like that possible.

4. For a payoff to have been made to the police for that large of a sum (I'm sure it had to be) as CEO, Seungri would've had to sign off or at least been made aware.

5. Controversies as big as these would've been at least been made aware to management.

So somehow between all these things, Seungri would've had to have known about it somehow. He can't just feign ignorance. That's why him getting away with just saying he's no longer CEO is not an adequate explanation. Also, top ranked articles on Naver about this whole controversy are being deleted left and right and only people with connections and money are able able to make this happen. IT'S ALL TOO MUCH OF A COINCIDENCE.

A thorough investigation is necessary and Seungri needs to make a statement publicly.


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flower_road0 pt Wednesday, January 30, 2019 7
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED: The club threw Kim out of BS because he harassed women in the club. This exact man had already two precedents of sexual misconduct! And what did Kim do after that? He said he protected a woman of drugs & rape with the 'proof' being a video of a drunk woman, from a different day, that HIT staff inebriated & was dragged out.

RECEIPTS to prove Seungri is innocent:

The TRUTH about the CCTV footage (translation of a Letter From The Security):

"The woman provoked and attacked other guests, and broke the laptop when we were trying to stop her. When she was brought out, before the police came, I was beside her. She hit me and another staff by the face with her fist, we didn’t do anything. She was rude to the police as well. She was brought to the police station due to vandalism, violence and interference of public duties. The next day, she paid compensations and wrote a letter and bought a new computer."

Was Seungri there? NO HE WASN'T. Burning Sun has already clarified that he was not there and was not involved in any of the incidents. Seungri went to Hyoyeon's show, which was on the 23rd of November not the 24th

Is Seungri the CEO? NO! According to an ex-BS official, Seungri was NEVER the CEO! He is an INVESTOR and only a publicity representative of the club, so he has no says in how the club is managed. The most recent update of the company analysis report is from 2018/05 and proves there were at the time only two CEOs, the current ones: Lee Moonho and Lee Seonghyun (not Lee Seunghyun, which is Seungri's real name. There is a difference!!)

Are the incidents RELATED? NO! According to the security, Kim was hit on 24/11 and the women was dragged out of the club on 1/12!


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