Previously, BTS’s V mentioned in an online broadcast that he was scared of sasaengs that followed them onto their flight, causing fans to request Big Hit Entertainment to take more safety measures of information leaking from the company.
A message that was posted to an online community back in October is becoming a hot issue among fans. This posting shared information that BTS would not be making a comeback this year and that they would not be attending MBC’s Gayo Daejejun due to a different live schedule in Times Square. It is shocking because news just released on December 18 about BTS performing at the Rockin’ New Year’s Eve in New York.
최근 빅히트 직원으로 의심되는 사람이 남연갤 파생갤러리에서 방탄소년단 스케줄을 유출하여 빅히트에게 해명촉구를 하고 있는 와중에 그 사람이 방탄소년단을 비방하는 것에 가담하고 음원 유출까지 했다는 것이 알려졌음 +타래로 이음 pic.twitter.com/G3vkNFZchq
— 김쁘띠🐹🐳 (@TOEFL02) December 17, 2019
With so much detailed information released about BTS’s schedule, fans are suspecting that a Big Hit employee may be leaking this information.
The photo captures reveals that the same person that released the article also created an online chat room to share never before seen pictures and songs from BTS.
Fans also later found out that the site that these messages were posted to was from an online community site of BTS anti-fans.
Although there is no specific evidence to prove that this person is a Big Hit employee or not, it is for sure that BTS’s schedule and information are being let out by an unknown source.
Fans are currently sending messages to Big Hit about this matter in hopes that they will get to the bottom of this for the sake of BTS’s safety and well-being.