Orbits are showing their online presence once more to help the iconic girl group. Following allegations the K-pop group’s agency is suffering financial difficulties, fans took to social media with the hashtag SaveLoona in support of the band. But are the Loona disband rumours true?
Orbits (Loona’s fandom) are showing their online presence once more to help the iconic girl group.
Following a report that alleges the K-pop group’s agency, Blockberry Creative, is suffering financial difficulties, fans took to social media with the hashtag SaveLoona in support of the band.
The NME stated the news stems from a report by Sports World, which cites information from “multiple music industry sources”, and claims Blockberry Creative owes “hundreds of millions of won” to external contractors.
It stated outsourced staff had been working without pay for months, which had started to “affect the label and Loona”.
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Blockberry Creative’s alleged financial troubles have worried fans, who wonder whether the band will be forced to disband.
Are Loona going to disband?
Loona’s Japanese release didn’t have a music video, which may be a sign of financial woes.
According to Kbizzom, Blockberry Creative’s financial difficulties have been going on for some time, with no apparent sign of improvement.
According to a report, the agency has issued statements assuring it is doing all it can to pay any unpaid amounts.
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Following the footsteps of IZ*ONE’s fandom, who collected more than $2.6 million to save the group, Orbits hope to raise money so Loona doesn’t have to disband.
Taking the news
Distressed fans have gotten hold of social media to share their support for the band in the hopes Loona don’t disband.
Some have even joined the #loonaprayerspace movement, where fans pray together for the band’s future.
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Despite the understandable fear from fans, there are no signs yet that Loona will be forced to disband.