Sunday, September 4, 2011

Cube Entertainment files a lawsuit on behalf of B2ST’s first album

Following in the footsteps of SM EntertainmentCube Entertainment has filed their own lawsuit against the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family for the banning of B2ST’s “Rainy Days“.
On August 29th, representatives of Cube revealed, “On August 25th, we filed a lawsuit against the MOGEF requesting that they nullify the ban on B2ST’s first official album.  One of the tracks, ‘Rainy Days’, was banned for lyrics containing a reference to alcohol.  The lyrics did not intend to glamorize drinking nor encourage it.  The song is not about drinking at all, but rather a love story.”
They continued, “Considering the fact that the MOGEF has failed to ban other songs that contain strong lyrical content talking directly about topics that are more harmful to the youth, B2ST’s ban is a violation of equality.”
CEO Hong Seung Sung added, “I hope that they’ll continue to lend their ears to the rumbles in the music industry. They need to take in the opinions of not only the people in the industry, but the fans as well.”

Credits: Allkpop

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