Brave Entertainment apologize for the quality of fan goods
Brave Entertainment, the agency of the group Brave Girls, apologized for controversy over alleged power abuse of a fan manager and controversy over the quality of the fan goods.
Brave Entertainment posted a long apology on its official social media on July 23 regarding various controversies.
“We bow our heads to the fans for the recent events, explain how things have happened, follow-up measures and compensation, and promise to prevent it from happening again,” said the vice president of the agency.
“Brave Entertainment has failed to repay your expectations and love, so everyone in charge, including me, feels a heavy responsibility,” he added.
He then expressed his position on the controversy over the power abuse of the fan manager, unilateral deletion of fan cafe manager’s posts, and the issues related to goods.
First of all, regarding the controversy over the power abuse of the fan manager, he apologized, saying, “The fan manager has submitted his resignation letter, and the head office has accepted it. I promise to communicate with the fans through thorough personality verification.”
In addition, the agency promised to collect and refund Brave Girls’ goods after complaints about the quality of the goods, which is significantly lower compared to its high price.
The agency said, “We will collect and refund the number of goods we have previously sold,” and added, “We will contact everyone who purchased them individually.”
A fan of Brave Girls recently said that he would deliver the support items on the spot on the condition that he would not face the members while supporting sound equipment worth 50 million won, including microphones, but was rejected, and a fan manager checked the support items on the street. In addition, there was even more controversy over the fan manager’s treatment of fans.
Brave Girls, meanwhile, rose to the top after climbing the charts with “Rollin,” which was released about four years ago. The group released her fifth mini-album “Summer Queen” on June 17 with the hit song “Chi Mat Ba Ram.”