SM Entertainment CEO urges Lee Soo Man to “go back with his KWANGYA” and stop all Soompi
Lee Sung Soo released a new video.
On February 16, Lee Sung Soo, co-CEO of SM Entertainment and nephew of Lee Soo Man, released a video to expose his uncle Lee Soo Man’s activities and behavior. In particular, he revealed that aespa’s comeback had been canceled due to Lee Soo Man’s behavior recently and that the agency’s founder embezzled funds from artists and agency investors, and described the many pressures Lee Soo Man exerted on agency employees and artists .
Subsequently, Lee Soo Man shared with the media, but did not refute any of his nephew’s claims.
In fact, Lee Soo Man said in response to the video: “I have watched my late wife’s nephew grow up since he was 4 years old. He’s been with me since he joined SM Entertainment when he was 19 and works in fan management. He is a nice nephew who grew up in a family with his pastor father. My heart hurts. »
On February 17, Lee Sung Soo released a new video. In it, he notably sends a message to Lee Soo Man (who calls him Professor) stating:
” Teacher. In 1997 you said that. “A dream made by a single person is equal to only one dream. But when everyone dreams together, it is the beginning of a new future. ” That’s right. This place, SM, is a company made up of everyone’s dreams, the artists, all the staff and us. It’s not your personal matter. It’s a company born out of love from fans. It is a certifiable publicly traded company protected and operated under Korean law and consists of 81.6% other shareholders who have trusted and invested in us.
Teacher. Yesterday in a press release you mentioned: “I have watched my late wife’s nephew grow up since he was 4 years old. He’s been with me since he joined SM Entertainment when he was 19 and works in fan management. He is a nice nephew who grew up in a family with his pastor father. My heart hurts. »
I am sorry that I cannot fulfill the wishes of my late aunt who asked me to “take care of the company, the teacher and her two sons”. I still feel sorry for my aunt. So I’ll correct things from now on, Professor.
As you said yesterday, because I am “nice”, grew up in a happy but not wealthy family, with my pastor father whom I genuinely respect, I must now finally stop your actions. Teacher. please stop now Please kneel before everyone now and join me in asking their forgiveness. I hope you know that this is the only way for me as a student to save you from the valley of hell.
Now get out of here, escape the crowd of eunuchs, go through your KWANGYA and return to your family one more time. And do what you have always preached: “Be humble, be kind, be love”, I will join others in praying that you can put this into action for the rest of your life. »