Jaden Jeong’s Modhaus Claims An Outside Company Is Restricting TripleS Subunit’s Promotions

The K-Pop label hinted at certain figures or companies that may lead to legal complications if disclosed

In an unexpected turn of events, Modhaus, the K-pop label responsible for managing the talented subunit +(KR)ystal Eyes under the group TripleS, recently released a statement addressing the limitations they are facing in promoting the subunit.

TripleS fans, also known as WAV, expressed disappointment over the lack of broadcast schedules and delays in music video releases. Modhaus took this opportunity to shed light on the situation, claiming that an undisclosed external entity is hindering the promotion of +(KR)ystal Eyes.

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According to Modhaus, they had initially planned for three weeks of music show appearances following the debut of +(KR)ystal Eyes. However, as of now, there is only one confirmed appearance on M COUNTDOWN. While the label refrained from explicitly naming the external entity involved, they hinted at certain figures or companies that may lead to legal complications if disclosed. This cryptic statement has left fans curious and speculating about the identity of the restricting force.

Acknowledging their limitations as a startup company, Modhaus expressed that they would not intentionally hold back +(KR)ystal Eyes from music show promotions, as they had no reason to do so. They emphasized that based on the subunit’s previous activities, they possess the necessary qualifications to appear on such platforms. Despite the challenges faced, Modhaus remains determined to overcome these hardships and believes that they will ultimately strengthen the bond between the label and the dedicated fanbase.

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Fans have been abuzz with theories surrounding the undisclosed external entity that Modhaus claims is restricting TripleS subunit promotions. One prevailing theory revolves around Blockberry Creative, the agency responsible for managing LOONA, as some fans have noticed a potential connection.

Earlier this year, a public feud emerged between LOONA members and Blockberry Creative, resulting in the departure of those members from the agency. Given that some former LOONA members (Heejin, Kimlip, Jinsoul, and Choerry) have now signed under Modhaus, fans speculate that Blockberry Creative may be exerting its influence to impede the success of +(KR)ystal Eyes as a form of retaliation.

While these theories remain speculative, the correlation between the timing and circumstances has ignited curiosity and discussions within the TripleS fandom. Only time will tell if there is any truth behind these speculations.

In their statement, Modhaus also addressed the delay in releasing the highly anticipated music video for the subunit’s title track, “Cherry Talk.” They attributed the delay to their commitment to delivering the best possible quality for their fans. The music video, which involves intricate CG elements and live-action footage, required substantial investments of funds and manpower.

Modhaus assured fans that the delayed release would not compromise the video’s long-lasting impact on both the members and TripleS as a whole. They sincerely apologized for the delay and announced a new tentative release date of May 5 at 18:00 KST. Following the delay, the music video was successfully released and now enjoys over 2.4 million views on YouTube.

Modhaus made sure to express gratitude for the unwavering love and support they continue to receive from the fans despite the recent setbacks. They assured the TripleS community that they would not take the criticism lightly and are committed to improving based on feedback. Modhaus vowed to continue their best efforts to make +(KR)ystal Eyes and TripleS accessible to as many people as possible, promising a follow-up announcement once the music video release date is confirmed.