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“My business does not starve me”

In a new letter, South Korean singer BIBI further quashed rumors that her company Feel Ghood Music was “abusing” her after a recent tearful livestream on Instagram.

BIBI took to Twitter yesterday (July 28) to post a letter personally addressing speculation that arose after an impromptu Instagram livestream last week. In this livestream, she broke down in tears talking about her inability to sleep or eat due to her busy schedule.

A day later, BIBI took to Instagram Live again to reassure fans that her team was taking care of her physical and mental health. “I worked too hard, that’s why I was crying ridiculously. Even if I said it, it’s ridiculous,” she said.

Korean-American rapper and Feel Ghood Music founder Tiger JK also shared a statement on Instagram saying the agency didn’t “starve” the singer or pressure her to do “things she will not”.

In the new letter, BIBI said she felt compelled to address the continued speculation about her business and work schedule. “It still breaks my heart to see comments and articles written about my company that treat me badly,” she wrote in the new letter. “I would like to make it clear once and for all – it’s not true. My business does not starve me or overwork me.

BIBI revealed that she recently tried to lose weight for a role in an upcoming movie she was working on and had just finished filming several music videos for her upcoming album.

She maintained that these activities were “my decision and my decision alone – so naturally, I was tired”. “I want to reiterate that it was not about forced schedules,” she clarified.

“Feel Ghood worked tirelessly to bring all of my great ideas and visions to life. I’m devastated that I made people think otherwise. I was having a horrible day and had reached my limit,” she explained “I regret not being more specific in the things I said that caused a backlash of negativity and hatred toward my business.”

BIBI also said that she may have been misunderstood when she “talked about dying” because she was “roughly translating a commonly used Korean expression about being so exhausted” that she didn’t want to. literally say.

“Sometimes things get lost in translation,” because “English is not my first language,” she said. “Put simply, I screwed up. I take full responsibility for my actions and sincerely apologize for causing concern,” the letter read. “I especially want to say sorry to Feel Ghood that I have come to love as chosen family.”

Read BIBI’s full statement below.

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