C.A.P to depart from TEEN TOP, the boyband’s label confirms

C.A.P to depart from TEEN TOP, the boyband’s label confirms

South Korean musician C.A.P will not be a member of the Ok-pop boyband TEEN TOP.

The boyband’s label TOP Media introduced C.A.P’s departure from the group as we speak (Might 11) in a press release on their official web site. The company stated that the choice got here after a “dialogue with the TEEN TOP members” and takes impact as of as we speak.

“Accordingly, Teen High will reorganise right into a four-member system with Chunji, Niel, Ricky and Changjo,” TOP Media added, as translated by Soompi. “We are going to inform you of the small print concerning the comeback after thorough dialogue with the members.

In its assertion, TOP Media additionally supplied an apology for C.A.P’s latest controversy: “We as soon as once more deeply apologise for inflicting concern to many individuals by C.A.P’s rash phrases and actions. The company strongly feels chargeable for this whole state of affairs, and we promise to do our greatest to handle our artists.”

Earlier this week, C.A.P drew criticism for a livestream he had held on Might 8, per Koreaboo. Throughout the dwell broadcast, the singer was seen smoking and swearing in entrance of the digital camera, and in addition spoken about how he had been desirous about not taking part in TEEN TOP’s comeback.

In the meantime, C.A.P has additionally addressed the state of affairs on his private Instagram account. “I wish to apologise to the many individuals who’ve been harm by my phrases and actions. Regardless that I used to be conscious that there may very well be an issue, I solely considered myself and acted selfishly,” he wrote, as translated by Koreaboo.

“I’m sorry to my [members] and the corporate for my immature behaviour and I apologise to the followers who should have been embarrassed by my actions. I hope there isn’t a extra injury to TEEN TOP, the members and the corporate employees who’ve been working laborious for the comeback,” he added.

Final month, TOP Media had confirmed that TEEN TOP would make their first comeback in 4 years after a sudden resurgence in recognition following an look on the MBC’s selection present How Do You Play?.

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