Brand New Music Likely To Take Legal Action Against Alleged Nude Photos Claiming To Be Pd 101s Lee Dae Hwi

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Brand New Music likely to take legal action against alleged nude photos claiming to be 'PD 101's Lee Dae Hwi
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Brand New Music likely to take legal action against alleged nude photos claiming to be 'PD 101's Lee Dae Hwi

Brand New Music will likely be taking legal actions against those spreading photos of a nude male, claiming that the male is 'Produce 101' season 2's Lee Dae Hwi (17).

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On June 23, photos of a nude male lying on a bed caused a stir online, with debates arising as to whether or not the male in the photos was Lee Dae Hwi or not. Brand New Music has stated in regard to the photos, "It is absolutely not true that Lee Dae Hwi's nude photos have been exposed online. We are currently discussing taking legal actions."

Brand New Music announces legal action against malicious commenters for the trainees on 'Produce 101'
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Brand New Music announces legal action against malicious commenters for the trainees on 'Produce 101'

Brand New Music announced that they will be taking legal action to protect their trainees on 'Produce 101' season 2. 

On June 5, the CEO of Brand New Music, Rhymer Kim, made the announcement on his social media account to inform the public about the agency's plans to take strict legal action against malicious commenters. 

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Rhymer Kim first thanked the fans for giving great love, attention, and support for Brand New Music trainees - Park Woo Jin, Lee Dae Hwi, Kim Dong Hyun, and Lim Young Min - who're currently participating in the competition program. 

'Produce 101' season 2's Kim Samuel to take firm legal action against malicious commenters
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'Produce 101' season 2's Kim Samuel to take firm legal action against malicious commenters

Current 'Produce 101' season 2 trainee Kim Samuel, formerly known as Punch, will be taking firm legal action against malicious commenters due to false rumors and verbal abuse spreading on the web. 

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His label Brave Entertainment addressed the malicious comments spreading online, stating they have crossed the line in regard to the amount a 16-year-old can deal with. Previously, Kim Samuel has been subject to a series of rumors, including false rumors about his Chinese fans manipulating votes, bullying rumors, verbal abuse, inappropriate sexual references, and more. 

SHINHWA To Take Firm Legal Action After Unexpected Cancellation Of Japan Concerts
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SHINHWA To Take Firm Legal Action After Unexpected Cancellation Of Japan Concerts

On May 24, SHINHWA announced on their official Facebook page that the groups Japan concerts, which were scheduled to take place on May 30 and May 31, had been canceled.

The group apologized to the many fans in Japan who had been anticipating the concert and assured fans they would work their hardest to quickly reimburse them. In an official statement later, the group explained why the concert had been cancelled so suddenly.

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Shinhwa Company to take legal action following sudden Japanese concert cancellation
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Shinhwa Company to take legal action following sudden Japanese concert cancellation

On May 24, Shinhwa Company made an official announcement via Facebook regarding the sudden cancellation of Shinhwa's Japanese concert, '2017 SHINHWA LIVE UNCHANGING IN JAPAN', that was originally scheduled to be held on May 30-31.

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Shinhwa Company explained, "The Japanese performance agency responded insincerely to the contract regarding the performance preparations. They are not showing any interest in going about with the concert due to the issue about the agency giving out information to Japanese fan club during the pre-sale period in the end of April, which has nothing to do with the actual concert itself."