“Hiya, that is EDAM Leisure…”
EDAM Leisure launched a brand new assertion addressing plagiarism allegations concentrating on IU.
On Might 12, IU’s label launched a brand new assertion. The assertion is translated beneath.
Hiya, that is EDAM Leisure.
First, we want to apologize to the followers for inflicting concern.
We’ve got been repeatedly monitoring and investigating allegations of plagiarism, baseless rumors that IU is a spy and sexually offensive feedback, so when a few of these commenters who alleged plagiarism reported it to the police, we had been past speechless and had been shocked.
On Might 10, after reviews of the lawsuit had been first reported, we employed a copyright lawyer and verified the contents of the lawsuit. To sum issues up, per our investigation and information reviews, the accusers aren’t suing the producers of the alleged plagiarized songs however are solely suing IU. By the accusers, who’ve little interest in the copyrights (of the songs), solely suing IU, who’s the singer, when many producers have acknowledged that plagiarism didn’t happen, we had been in a position to study that the accusers had been suing to wreck IU’s picture.
We’ve got religion that investigators will make a fast and sensible judgment on the wrongful lawsuit, and based mostly on the outcomes of the investigation, we’ll ask the accusers to take full accountability (based mostly on the regulation).
We’ve got been in communication with the producers from the beginning of this incident, and we’re asserting, as soon as once more, that we are going to strongly reply to this mindless lawsuit.
Sooner or later, EDAM Leisure and its artists will work even more durable to return the assist and religion followers have given us with good music.
— EDAM Leisure
Beforehand, a disgruntled citizen reported to the police that IU had plagiarized a number of of her songs. Since then, producers of the songs alleged to have been works of plagiarism have stepped ahead to disclaim the allegations and gave their assist to IU.
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Keep tuned for updates.