Bang Yongguk’s YouTube Channel Has Been Hacked, Agency Responds

Consent Media has confirmed the hack.

Consent Media has issued an official statement regarding Bang Yongguk‘s hacked YouTube account.

Bang Yongguk, formerly of the disbanded boy group B.A.P, established his YouTube channel, BANG YONGGUK, in 2014. At approximately 12:30 AM on January 27, the channel was hacked and all of Bang Yongguk’s videos were deleted.

The hacker has replaced Bang Yongguk’s content with hundreds of new vid clips titled in English and Japanese.

Consent Media has released a statement, confirming that the channel has been hacked. YouTube is currently investigating the matter.

The official YouTube account of Bang YongGuk has currently been compromised. The account has been reported and will be under youtube review. We are trying to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. Please be careful and report any malicious activities.

— Consent Media

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