Solbi Refutes Accusations That She Targeted IU with Her Comments
Solbi refutes the accusations that her comments made in November via SNS were aimed at singer IU.
The singer recently posed for the fashion magazine bnt and spoke about what she’s been up to. Solbi released an album as part of VIVIS in September.
The interviewer asked if she was thinking of anyone in particular with her SNS comment, “There is freedom in creativity. But with that comes responsibility.” To that, Solbi replied, “It wasn’t aimed at anyone in particular. I was merely expressing my thoughts on the issue.”
In November, singer IU was in the hot seat for her controversial newly released album. She was criticized for her sexually suggestive interpretation of the character Zezé in the book “My Sweet Orange Tree” in her song lyrics. Solbi weighed in on the controversy at the time mentioning words like “Creativity, Freedom, and Responsibility” in the previously mentioned SNS post.
About her dating life, Solbi commented, “I’m having so much fun these days in my creative work. I have no interest in men. Painting has become my new boyfriend. Marriage feels so foreign to me. If anything, I’d like to think about it in about five years.”
Solbi added, “I want to challenge myself continuously. I want to live each and every day being happy creating my art.”