BoA Responds To Hate Over Judging Style On “Street Man Fighter”, SM Entertainment To Take Strict Legal Action Against Hate Comments

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Singer BoA has responded to the hate she has been receiving after the most recent episode of “Street Man Fighter,” so what happened?

BoA has taken to her Instagram account to express distraught over the malicious comments pouring out after the latest episode of “Street Man Fighter.”

On September 21, BoA shared an analysis article about Mnet’s “Street Man Fighter” on her Instagram story.

At the same time, expressing her distraught over it, she said, “The judges don’t decide the battle team. Would it have been less if BANK TWO BROTHERS had lost? I’m tired of thinking about this every time.

In “Street Man Fighter,” which aired earlier on September 20, the Prime Kings were selected as the first elimination crew after losing the battle against BANK TWO BROTHERS.

Many viewers were surprised about the elimination of the Prime Kings, who were considered strong candidates for the championship. Many viewers expressed dissatisfaction with the judgement style of BoA and called into question her judging style and whether she’s fit to be a judge on a dance show. Some of the comments wondered whether she has the right expert knowledge to render judgement fairly to all teams and claimed she’s not judging all teams based on fair standards.

On September 21, SM Entertainment responded to hate their artist BoA has been receiving by warning the haters of taking strict legal actions by filing a lawsuit.

The following is the full statement of SM Entertainment:

Hello, we’re SM Entertainment.
Currently, malicious posts, comments, defamation, and personal insults are indiscriminately posted and spreading on BoA’s personal SNS account, various online communities, SNS, and portal sites.
This is clearly illegal and subject to strong legal action, we are already collecting data and preparing to file a complaint about illegal activities taking place online to protect the artist’s image and reputation, and we will take civil and criminal legal action to deal with it severely.
In addition, we will continue to monitor and take legal actions to protect our artists, and we will continue to take strong legal action against such illegal activities.
Thank you.

Meanwhile, “Street Man Fighter,” in which BoA, Eunhyuk, and Wooyoung, who judge the fights, airs every Tuesday night at 10:20 p.m.

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