While Chuu was dropped from LOONA, a facial mask company directly refuted BlockBerry Creative’s claims of the idol’s power abuse.
On Wednesday, mask company Inspick stepped forward to release an official statement defending Chuu. “She did her best at the filming site, showcasing various sides of herself,” they wrote. “Even during that long, tough process, she made us a delightful memory, cheering up the staff and showing her kindness.”
“Despite our sudden request for signed photocards, she personally signed them and sent them over herself without hesitating, impressing everyone on the set,” they continued. “We hope her little act of kindness will become widely known.” Inspick then stressed, “We hope that the truth about the allegations will be revealed as soon as possible, and we send our support to her future activities.”
Meanwhile, on the 25th, BlockBerry Creative announced Chuu’s exit from LOONA due to her abusive language and misuse of power toward the staff.