TOP Media has apologized regarding Teen Top member C.A.P’s inappropriate words and actions.
Recently, C.A.P went on a live broadcast, and while communicating with fans, he revealed that his contract with the agency ends in July and mentioned the possibility of not participating in Teen Top’s comeback. It was reported that he also used abusive language while expressing his dissatisfaction with fans’ comments regarding him.
On May 9, TOP Media confirmed that Teen Top’s July comeback album release will go ahead as scheduled. The agency added that they are currently checking regarding C.A.P’s contract renewal.
Later that day, the agency also released the following apology regarding the incident:
Hello. This is TOP Media.
First of all, we would like to apologize for causing concern to fans and many others regarding inappropriate words and actions of our artist C.A.P during the live broadcast.
Currently, C.A.P is reflecting on the fact that he showed inappropriate behavior and is deeply regretting it.
Regarding this issue, our agency also feels responsible for the lack of artist management. We will pay special attention so that incident like this does not happen again.
Once again, we deeply apologize to many people who must have been disappointed by the careless actions of our artist.
Regarding the renewal of the contract, it was something we decided to discuss after Teen Top activities are complete. We will share more about this matter in the future.
We will do our best to repay fans who have been waiting for Teen Top’s comeback with great music and performances.