Stylist Accuses Famous Idol Of Allegedly Taking Shoes Worth 100 Million Won And Not Returning Them Back + SM Denies Its Suho And Vows Strict Legal Action

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Group EXO‘s Suho has been claimed to be the celebrity who allegedly took shoes worth 100 million won and did not return them back to a stylist.

On February 23, stylist A took to Instagram and claimed that a celebrity took NIKE shoes worth 100 million won ($76,000) and did not return them.

A said,

“Send everything back without leaving anything. What’s the point of not giving back like this? I’ve been organizing everything for a few days, and you’ve taken a lot of it.

You have a lot of things you want to have, and you’re insensible, and it’s already been six months since you said you’d give it to me. I don’t like writing on Instagram like this, so please sort everything out before I reveal your real name. Stop living a fake life and be sensible.

Stop contacting people around me and pay for what you need. You are rich so please spend some money, please stop showing off, it’s absurd. I think there are more than 300 other sneakers.” Stop pretending to be really nice and stop lying and learn about humanity first.

You said you’d return them to me, so sort out everything. I bought it all with my own money. I have a lot of worries about whether I should write an apology and post it. If you make me angry one more time, I will reveal everything.”

In the meantime, A captured and shared the photo with the list of sneakers that the celebrity was not returning back and wrote, “I think there are more than 300 other sneakers.”

A’s post circulated like fire online and on SNS, and “EXO Suho” was pointed out as the celebrity in question.

On February 24, Regarding this, Suho’s agency SM Entertainment dismissed the post on, by announcing that the post that is currently believed to be about Suho online is completely groundless and has nothing to do with Suho since it’s clearly a false fact.

The following is the full official statement of SM Entertainment:

“Posts that are currently presumed to be about Suho online are completely groundless and have nothing to do with Suho as they are plain false facts. We are preparing to file a complaint for defamation by labeling false information through legal representatives for posting content that can be seen as malicious intent for our artists, and we will also take a hard-line response to the indiscriminate spread of rumors related to this.”

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