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Agency has issued notice about fans sending inappropriate messages to Billlie’s Tsuki

Agency has issued notice about fans sending inappropriate messages to Billlie’s Tsuki

On June 17, Billlie’s agency Mystic Story released a message titled “Online Etiquette-Related Reannouncement” on the group’s official fan cafe.

Mystical story said: “Recently, there have been cases of fan violating etiquette in the Bubble communication platform,” add “The artist took no action because she did not want to report it. But outrageous words and actions persist. We can no longer overlook the current situation to protect the artist.”

Mystic Story also mentioned controversial Bubble posts from fans such as “Never come back to Japan”, “Don’t return to Japan. I don’t want to see your face,” “Why didn’t you look at me? Why did you come over so quickly?”, etc. They emphasized: “We will continue to report those who sent the messages.”

Miniature by Billlie Tsuki

Previously, Billlie’s member Tsuki suffered from aggressive and excessive messages from some fans in Bubble. In screenshots spreading in online communities, a fan scolded Tsuki “You need to learn which fans are members of Billlie’s fan club and greet them instead of greeting other people.” Tsuki immediately responded to the comment and said: “I’m sorry I made you guys sad, I’ll work harder!!!”.

In response to another fan’s comment, saying “That’s okay, I’m already dead because you didn’t come to Bubble yesterdaysaid Tsuki, “Why are you talking like that? Don’t die,” add “I’m sorry I couldn’t come yesterday.”

Netizens responded, “Did she pretend not to know someone she knew?”, “They are fans too”, “Do idols really get dozens of these kinds of Bubble messages every day?”, etc.

Mystic Story then published the nicknames of fans who sent malicious messages and announced that they would permanently ban those fans from the group’s events. Previously, ILY:1’s Ririka also complained about fan comments crossing the line.