Brand New Music CEO Rhymer Sends Warning About Malicious Comments Against KittiB
Rhymer gave a stern warning to those posting malicious comments about KittiB.
On June 16, the Brand New Music CEO posted a screenshot of a comment under KittiB’s music profile on a music streaming website. The comment said, “Go f***ing kill yourself.”
Rhymer wrote, “As it has been the case thus far, I will not sit back and watch the spread of groundless rumors, personal attacks, and sexual insults against our artists. I sincerely thank fans who have waited for and love KittiB.”
KittiB previously sued rapper Black Nut for making sexual remarks about her in a song and during performances in 2016 and 2017. In January 2019, the Seoul Central District Court sentenced Black Nut to two years of probation with the possibility of a six-month prison sentence and 160 hours of community service.
KittiB released her newest album “1718 (SALEM)” on June 16 at 6 p.m. KST. This is her first comeback since her March 2017 single “5 Centimeters Per Second.”