SM Entertainment Reportedly Postpones EXO’s Comeback Music Video Filming Following Chen, Xiumin, And Baekhyun’s Legal Dispute

They were supposed to film tomorrow.

This article was updated to reflect the changes made in the source article. The source article initially indicated the music video filming was canceled but has since changed to postponed.

SM Entertainment has reportedly postponed EXO‘s comeback music video filming following the reveal of their legal dispute with the EXO-CBX members.

According to an exclusive report from Sports Seoul, EXO was scheduled to film their music video for their comeback on June 2. However, due to EXO members Chen, Baekhyun, and Xiumin filing a lawsuit to terminate their contract with SM Entertainment, the music video filming was postponed to a later date. Sports Seoul also stated that a different music video had already been completed filming.

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EXO had previously announced that they would be making a complete group comeback in 2023 to celebrate their 11th anniversary, with the exception that their full album would be released in the third quarter of 2023. However, Kai suddenly had to enlist in the military, throwing a wrench into the group’s comeback plans.

SM Entertainment has accused Big Planet Made of tampering with the three EXO members, which Big Planet Made has denied.

Source: Sports Seoul

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