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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Laboum's clarification does little to calm the fire surrounding their controversial win

Article: Laboum's clarification lends way for even bigger controversy... Critics "Hard to understand"

Source: Mydaily via Nate

1. [+619, -11] If 'Music Bank' wanted to give their MC Solbin special perks, then they should've kept it at nominating them. Giving them an actual trophy was overstepping the line.

2. [+436, -12] Hm.. I heard them on radio a few days ago saying they won #1 and how they beat IU so I went to go check their song out and it was some nugu song I'd never heard of... can't believe they played dirty to win it, tsk tsk. I had my doubts when they claimed they beat IU...

3. [+423, -10] So why didn't they win on 'Music Core' or 'Inkigayo' then?

4. [+38, -7] Their clarification doesn't make sense because if advertising companies bought Laboum's albums in bulks, that still means that IU should've outsold them

5. [+30, -1] How much do you want to bet that their CEO is friends with that so called advertising company and the company bought 30,000 copies as "promotional" use ㅋㅋㅋ are you kidding me

6. [+30, -4] That screencap of them crying over the win is disgusting

7. [+29, -0] Their clarification just shifts the legal blame of sajaegi from the fans to the advertising company

8. [+27, -0] A CD costs 12,000 won, that's nearly 300 million won that the advertising company dropped on them. So what company is willing to shell out 300 million won + extra modeling fees for Laboum?


Article: Is Laboum clean? A #1 made by an advertising company

Source: OSEN via Naver

1. [+862, -13] So an ad company bought tens of thousands of their album over the course of a week. And their agency is claiming that this isn't sajaegi. Are you kidding me?

2. [+718, -13] If what that ad company did wasn't sajaegi, then what is?

3. [+583, -8] Well one party bulk bought their album so that makes it sajaegi, doesn't it????????

4. [+154, -2] That ad company needs to cough up the receipts

5. [+154, -3] If they're really "clean", then they should be winning #1 because their fans and the public truly enjoy their music and bought it to lead to their win. An ad company bulk buying their album for promotional use is not a "clean" win.

6. [+138, -4] Even if that ad company really did buy all those CDs for promotional use, what meaning would winning like that actually have?? You should know that your win was not because people actually enjoyed your song and bought your music



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