She wrote, "It seems that I will have to begin a new legal dispute with my company, a long and arduous one. At the time of the contract's signing, I was promised at least 4 albums within a year as well as full support toward my promotions, but in the past 4 years I've only promoted one album, and they've barely supported me in any activities. I've never once laid eyes on documentation of earnings, and they have not paid me a single penny."
Minzy continued, "To me, the most important thing is to continue my career as a singer, not the money. Which is why I wanted to come to some sort of settlement with the company through a nullification request, or for the matter to come to an end as soon as possible through the court's mediation; however, it did not work out that way and so I have no choice but to file a lawsuit and unveil the truth through legal procedures. I will fight through this for my fans who are always supporting me and cheering me on. I promise to show you an honest and earnest individual, whether on stage or off stage."
Meanwhile, Minzy signed on as a solo artist under Music Works in April of 2016, after departing from YG Entertainment.