Update: Triple H Announces Conclusion Of Album Promotions

Updated August 4 KST:

It has been announced that Triple H’s promotions for their recent album “REtro Futurism” are now over.

Following cancellations for a fan sign event and their appearances on music shows, Cube Entertainment commented on August 4, “It is true that their ‘Music Core,’ ‘Inkigayo,’ and fan sign event schedules have all been cancelled. Promotions for this album have concluded with yesterday’s (August 4) ‘Music Bank’ as the last.”

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Original Article:

Triple H has cancelled some of their upcoming scheduled activities following earlier dating reports surrounding the members.

On August 3, HyunA and PENTAGON’s E’Dawn personally confirmed that they were in a relationship and had been dating for two years. This followed an initial denial from Cube Entertainment on August 2. The agency had also responded to rumors that PENTAGON’s Hui had been dating (G)I-DLE’s Soojin, to which Cube stated that the two had previously been dating but were no longer in a relationship.

Triple H performed on KBS’s “Music Bank” as planned on August 3 but changes have been made to their schedule on August 4. The unit group was set to have a fan sign event at 7 p.m. KST, with the list of attendees scheduled to be announced on 10 p.m. KST on August 3. However, Cube Entertainment made an announcement on August 4 that said, “The Triple H fan sign event that was scheduled for today has been cancelled due to internal affairs. We apologize to everyone who applied for the event,” and posted a link for those who wished to get a refund for the albums they purchased.

Triple H was also scheduled to appear on MBC’s “Music Core” on August 4. A notice was posted for the unit group’s pre-recording event on August 3, but following the official statements regarding the members’ relationships in the afternoon, Cube Entertainment posted a notice that read, “The pre-recording that had been previously scheduled has been cancelled due to internal affairs. We apologize for the sudden cancellation.” Triple H has also been removed from the roster of performers on the “Music Core” website.

In addition, Triple H is no longer on the roster of performers for “Inkigayo” on August 5.

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