FIFTY FIFTY’s agency ATTRAKT has come out swinging, filing criminal charges against their former co-CEO Ahn Sung Il, also known as SIAHN. It seems like the heat is turning up in this K-pop drama, with allegations of fraud, breach of duty, and obstruction of business being thrown into the mix.
ATTRAKT didn’t hold back in their official statement, accusing Ahn Sung Il and three other individuals of committing various acts of wrongdoing. They claimed that Ahn Sung Il, in his role as CEO of The Givers, purposely caused delays in work handover, deleted company email accounts, and even got rid of material related to past projects. Talk about some serious digital spring cleaning!
But that’s not all. ATTRAKT also dropped the bombshell that The Givers, under Ahn Sung Il’s leadership, made a sneaky move when purchasing the song ‘Cupid’ from a foreign songwriter. Apparently, they conveniently forgot to inform ATTRAKT about the copyright purchase and went ahead to buy it secretly under their own name.
With these criminal charges filed, ATTRAKT isn’t stopping there. They hinted that there might be more illegal activities uncovered in the future, suggesting that additional complaints could be on the horizon.
The battle lines have been drawn, and it’s clear that this agency drama is far from over. Buckle up, K-pop fans, because it seems like we’re in for a wild ride filled with legal showdowns, backstage betrayals, and maybe even a few dance breaks along the way.