Big Hit announced to identify the suspect who spread false information about BTS V and Jennie.
After a long time of collecting evidence, Big Hit Entertainment has taken legal action against the person who spread false rumors about BTS members.
Recently, the members of BTS have been constantly spreading negative rumors, greatly affecting their reputation.
After a period of silence, Big Hit has just informed fans about the process of taking legal actions to protect the company’s artists.
Big Hit announced, “We recently filed an additional criminal complaint against posts with offensive and defamatory content provided by fans and through the company’s own monitoring. The company found many articles containing false information about domestic and foreign artists.
We also discovered a specific individual was spreading malicious rumors on multiple social media platforms and filed a criminal complaint against this person after collecting all the posts.”
BTS’s management company emphasized that they have identified the suspect and transferred the file to the prosecutor’s office. Big Hit also confirmed that it will continue to take tougher measures to protect BTS in the future.
As soon as the above information was posted on social networking platforms, BTS’ fans questioned the account that spread close photos of V (BTS) and Jennie (Blackpink). In response to the public’s reaction, the account that spread private photos of many K-pop artists countered and denied being sued.
The person who uploaded the photo of V and Jennie continued to confirm that the two are indeed dating. Even the above account shared more photos of Kai, Lucas …
Through the reactions from both sides, the public believes that the object sued by Big Hit is a YouTuber who once spread the news that leader RM was married and launched malicious rumors targeting V (BTS).