Vibe‘s agency shared another testimony about the allegations made against the duo of MAJOR9 for manipulating charts.
In November 2019, Block B’s Park became Kyung accused several artists, including Vibe, are involved Sajaegi (the manipulation of music charts and streaming numbers by an artist or agency). In January 2020, the investigative journalism program “Unanswered Questions” was broadcast by SBS Special Dealing with the topic digitally Sajaegi. After the broadcast, MAJOR9 released one Explanation said the show was misleading and explained why Sajaegi would not be profitable for them.
In the program “Unanswered Questions” on January 2, 2020, the program continued its previous episode Sajaegi and stated that Park had been Kyung Fine for defamation for his Sajaegi Accusations.
In response to the program’s follow-up report, MAJOR9 released a statement to thank the show and explain its efforts to rid Vibe of the allegation. Read the explanation below.
Hello, this is MAJOR9.
First of all, we would like to thank the many people who appreciate Vibe and our other artists and who invariably support them.
We saw the follow-up report on the content that aired on SBS’s Unanswered Questions on January 4th, 2020 about the January 2nd, 2021 show.
We at MAJOR9 have worked hard for about a year since it first aired to prove the falseness of the allegations and correct the wrong picture of Sajaegi that was put on the artists of our agency.
To this day we continue to take all possible civil and criminal measures, e.g. B. Inquiries to investigative bodies to provide evidence that the allegations made on the show are unrelated to us and to music streaming sites and related institutions to collaborate with the investigation.
Regarding the late-air report, we would like to thank the production team at SBS’s “Unanswered Questions” for making the difficult decision to post a follow-up report and for providing an opportunity to address the bugs at least now to correct.
We hope that the follow-up report of SBS’s “Unanswered Questions” provides an opportunity to make fair judgments without fueling speculation as if they were true, and that other singers who have been making music their entire lives do not Be a victim of speculation and stigma.
In addition, we hope that in 2021 there will be days when we can meet for the happy and joyous music and stages that have been set aside for the time being.
We at MAJOR9 will continue to do our best as the management company of Vibe and other artists.
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