FTISLAND’s Lee Hong Ki Takes Jab at FNC Entertainment for Lack of Promotions for “Puppy”
On the heels of FTISLAND’s August 31 release of their single “Puppy,” band vocal Lee Hong Ki posted a photo and message to his Instagram, taking what looks like a jab at his agency, FNC Entertainment.
Lee Hong Ki posted a photo of the “Puppy” album page, saying, “It’s a present, ta-da! Hahaha this is for you. It is just a present and all, but our agency’s not doing a single promotion for us. [It’s] dirty and cheap hahaha.”
According to reports, FNC Entertainment distributed a press release for FTISLAND’s release at 1:30 p.m. KST, after Lee Hong Ki’s Instagram post.
“Puppy” is the Korean version of the title track for FTISLAND’s single to be released in Japan on September 16, and features an happy, upbeat, punky sound from the group.
The song is said to have been inspired from last year’s film “How to Steal a Dog,” in which Lee Hong Ki made a cameo appearance.
*Edit: The article originally incorrectly stated that Lee Hong Ki was the leader of FTISLAND.