Major Nine Entertainment stated, "Back on November 24, we faced an unexpectedly frustrating situation due to one artist's statement. Because the statement was entirely false, at first we only thought that the post was a mistake. We then requested an apology through the artist's label, and for mistakes to be righted."
The label continued, "However, the response we received was, 'The post has been deleted, but an apology will be difficult', and a few days later, the artist's false post came back to us as a defaming stamp, a framing our own artist. The controversy then began to spread unchecked, and a degrading tag began to follow us; when we tried to explain that it was not true, no one believed us."
Finally, Major Nine relayed, "In order for officials to uncover the truth in a judicial manner, we ask that more than anything, the various music streaming platforms take measures to confirm their records and documentations so that the procedures can progress as quickly as possible. We desperately hope that the data can be confirmed even for the artists whose names were brought up in the controversy... In addition, we ask that the individual who began this issue be well aware of the heavy responsibility which falls behind the words he spoke, and that through clear, precise evidence, we may uncover the truth as to which side committed wrongdoings without any more of the ongoing verbal accusations."
Meanwhile, netizens are continuing to support Park Kyung's side regarding the ongoing lawsuit, commenting, "Park Kyung is being so cool in this, I'll be cheering for you til the end", "Park Kyung, please open a crowdfunding project for the lawsuit, let's fight together", "Park Kyung did absolutely nothing wrong, Fighting", "Everyone, let's back Park Kyung up", "Why would he apologize when he has nothing to apologize for", "Until we see real data, we don't plan on believing anything you people say, we're rooting for Park Kyung", "From now on Park Kyung is the top of the Korean hip-hop diss scene", and more.