SM Entertainment Responds To Reports Claiming EXO’s Comeback Is Canceled Due To Recent Disputes

This is due to the agency’s conflicts with EXO-CBX.

On June 11, Korean media reported that EXO‘s full group winter album may be canceled due to recent conflicts between SM Entertainment and EXO-CBX (Chen, Baekhyun, Xiumin).

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In response, the trio’s agency, INB100, reassured the fans that the disputes would not affect EXO’s group promotions.

“The press conference on June 10 was designed to inform the public about SM Entertainment’s unfair policies regarding how Chen, Baekhyun, and Xiumin have to pay 10% of their revenue to SM Entertainment, who violated the agreement first.

This has nothing to do with the continuation of EXO’s activities as a whole group. Chen, Baekhyun, and Xiumin promises to the fans once again that they will faithfully participate in SM Entertainment and EXO’s activities.”

– INB100

Now, SM Entertainment has also responded to the matter in an official statement to Newsen.

“It’s true that we were planning for [the album]. As for changes in the plans, we haven’t discussed anything further.”

– SM Entertainment

Source: Newsen


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