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Blackpink’s agency releases statement post BTS’s Taehyung and Jennie’s dating rumours

Updated on: 05 October,2022 11:31 AM IST  |  mumbai
mid-day online correspondent |

Blackpink's agency YG Entertainment put out a statement promising stern legal action

Blackpink’s agency releases statement post BTS’s Taehyung and Jennie’s dating rumours

Jennie/Instagram


Recently, BTS's agency Big Hit put out a statement regarding band member Taehyung and Jennie’s dating rumours. Now Blackpink’s agency YG Entertainment has followed suit. The agency mentioned that they are taking legal action against the person who leaked her personal pictures.


The statement read, “We have officially requested the police to investigate the original distributor of BLACKPINK Jennie’s personal photographs. We have been monitoring the situation and submitted our complaint in September after gathering information. YG has refrained from commenting and expressing our position in the past to minimize the damage. However, we felt a sense of responsibility that it was no longer possible to condone the mass spread of rumors, criticism, personal attacks, sexual harassment, and privacy violations that were coming with the personal photographs. Therefore, we would like to clarify that we are taking legal action to rectify the situation. We would like to inform you that this case is being filed for violations of the Information and Communication Network Act, violation of illegal information and distribution, and obscene use of communication media.”



Also Read: Fans request Blackpink's Jisoo to speak up about Jennie and BTS's Taehyung's dating rumours


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