Luna’s agency announces Chuu’s departure from the group


BlockBerryCreative has announced Chu’s retirement from LOONA.

On November 25 the agency issued the following statement:

Greetings. This is BlackBerry Creative.

We are issuing a statement to let fans know that we have decided that Chu, an artist from our agency, will be kicked out and removed as a member of LUNA effective November 25, 2022.

There was a lot of speculation about Luna’s Chuu last year, but the agency and Luna’s members didn’t release any statements, so as not to disturb the group’s development or worry fans.

With the Luna members’ affection for the team and consideration for their fans, instead of saying whether it was true or not, they tried to express their feelings by doing their best in performance and content.

However, after Chu was recently reported for violent language and abuse of power towards our employees, the truth came to light after an investigation. Agency representatives apologize and comfort the employees, and we decide to take responsibility and remove Chu from Luna.

First, we officially apologize to the employees who were seriously injured by this incident, and we will do everything possible so that they can now recover and focus on treatment and then return to their normal lives can start again.

We apologize to the fans who have given LOONA so much love and support and our sincere apologies for not being able to keep the 12 members together until the end.

The agency and Luna will go back to their roots and work as hard as possible to ensure that this type of incident never happens again in the future, whatever it may be. The members of LOONA didn’t just work for their own personal gain, and they knew what the fans had given to get them to this point, so they didn’t do anything that would put the team in trouble. They will go all the way and return the love to everyone who supports Luna.

In addition, members of the Agency and Luna will act with respect and gratitude to all employees who work with us. The agency will do everything possible to give back the sacrifice and dedication of the employees so that something like this never happens again. We once again apologize to the staff and fans involved for the inconvenience caused by this incident.

In June, BlockBerryCreative denied rumors that Chu was signing with another agency. In October, reports surfaced that Chu had set up his own agency, to which BlockBerryCreative also commented, “The rumors of his transfer are baseless.”

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