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[SUBSTAR] Recent situation delivered by manager in the controversy of Aizu One's 'power voting manipulation'

2019-12-11T07:52:23.824Z

It was revealed that all group Aizu One and X One members, who were born through the Mnet audition program 'Produce' series, made their debut through a manipulated vote ranking. Among them, the recent situation of Aizu One members who were caught up in the controversy of voting operation and suspended the activity temporarily.



It was revealed that all group Aizu One and X One members, who were born through the Mnet audition program 'Produce' series, made their debut through a manipulated vote ranking.

Among them, the recent situation of Aizu One members who were caught up in the controversy of voting operation and suspended the activity temporarily.

SBS Entertainment Information Program `` Full Entertainment Midnight '', which aired yesterday (10th), dealt with the controversial voting operation of the 'Produce' series. On that day, the 'Midnight' crew called to listen to Aizu One and X One's position.
First, the manager of X-one asked me about their activities and said, "I have nothing to tell you yet." Then, when asked about the members' status, "I'm sorry. Please contact me. Nothing is decided now."
The manager of Aizu One also said, "There is nothing to do now. I think I can see how the results come out."

When asked if they returned to Japan, the Japanese members answered, "No. I am in Korea. I just stopped working. Right before the album is released."

Fans who heard the news responded, "I am very talented and pretty children, I'm so sorry", "I'm really worried about the members' mentality. There is.

(Source = SBS 'Authentic Entertainment Midnight', Aizu One Official SNS)

(SBS substar)

Source: sbskr

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