Kim Jaejoong’s fandom is demanding feedback and an apology from the label.
On Sept. 17, hashtags like “#Cjes_Apologize_4_Attacking_Artist “ and “#Cjes_VLIVE_Fee_Eat_and_Dash” were ranked on Twitter’s real-time trend list.
On the same day, Kim Jaejoong’s fandom strongly demanded an apology and explanation from C-JeS Entertainment, the singer’s label, in anger over the company attacking their own artist and their negligence. They warned that they will launch a group refund campaign for Kim Jaejoong’s V FANSHIP service if they don’t give any feedback by Sept. 22.
— Yuu (@Yuu___nya) September 16, 2020
The fandom claimed that C-JeS has been insincere in managing the singer since 2010, deceived fans, and interfered with Kim Jaejoong’s activities.
According to their statements, even after establishing paid FANSHIP service, not a single content has been posted for over 2 months. The singer’s official YouTube channel has been left unattended for about eight months.
They also stressed, “After the artist posted a message on his SNS that he wanted to create V LIVE content himself, an executive-level employee of C-JeS’ public relations team posted a video clip of mocking him and didn’t delete it for nearly 20 hours.”