All 4 Brave Girls Members Officially Leave Brave Entertainment
This article has been updated to include Brave Entertainment’s confirmation.
All four members of Brave Girls will reportedly be leaving Brave Entertainment following the expiration of their contracts.
According to an exclusive report from Xportnews, the members of Brave Girls and Brave Entertainment will part ways once their exclusive contract ends. Brave Entertainment is also supporting their future endeavors in a different agency. There has been no word whether Brave Girls will continue as a group outside of Brave Entertainment.
Brave Entertainment has since confirmed the news in a statement shared with Sports Today.
Hello, this is Brave Entertainment.
First of all, we would like to thank the fans who have loved and supported Brave Girls.
Our exclusive contract with Brave Girls’ Minyoung, Yoojung, Eunji, and Yuna will expire today, February 16. Due to this, Brave Girls will wrap up their official activities with their digital single “Goodbye”, which will be released today.
The Brave Girls members have decided to leave our company on good terms following a series of lengthy discussions. We will not forget how we supported each other and they will repay their fans’ love from new places.
We would like to sincerely thank Minyoung, Yoojung, Eunji, and Yuna for their passion during their activities as Brave Girls for the past seven years and we would like to sincerely applaud them. We will always cheer on their new activities.
Once again, thank you to the fans who have always been by their side without any fear. We ask for your continued support for the members.
Brave Girls started as an icon of the overnight success and quickly grew into a girl group with unrivaled musical power. We understand that their journey was not only a miracle but also a myth, thanks to the members and fans. We will remember Brave Girls as an icon of hope forever.
— Brave Entertainment
Brave Girls made their debut in 2011 but the current iteration of Brave Girls started together in 2016. The group struggled until their resurgence with “Rollin” and became one of the most popular girl groups of the year. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of their schedules, including their concert, were cancelled and have not been rescheduled since.
Fans were already worried about the group’s future as there were few updates regarding any activities for the members in the past few months.
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