Cherry Bullet’s Mirae, Kokoro, and LinLin Cancel Contracts With FNC And Officially Leaves The Group

They’ll be continuing on as a 7-member group.

FNC’s rookie girl group, Cherry Bullet, debuted just last year in 2018 but the fans began to worry after three of the members disappeared from promotions starting a couple of months ago.

Mirae, Kokoro, and Linlin stopped promoting with the group but FNC did not make any announcements about it until now. They revealed that the three members have officially left the group and their exclusive contracts have been cancelled.

Cherry Bullet will be reorganized into a 7-member group, and FNC announced that they will make a comeback in the near future.

Linlin has been active with her own personal Instagram account where she also gave a brief update about Kokoro. FNC did not explain why the members left the group and what they have planned for the future.

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Check out FNC’s full statement below:

Hello, this is FNC Entertainment.

Our artists Cherry Bullet will be reorganized into a 7-member group and restart their promotions. After discussing with Mirae, Kokoro, and Linlin, we decided to stop their promotions and cancel our exclusive contracts with them.

We regret having to suddenly announce such unfortunate news to the fans who treasure Cherry Bullet. The three members talked with our agency and agreed upon the decision.

We will do our very best so that the newly formed 7-member Cherry Bullet will be able to promote with new, well-made music.

We ask that you warmly embrace and support Cherry Bullet, Mirae, Kokoro, and Linlin’s futures.

Thank you.

— FNC Entertainment

Source: Newsen
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