HYBE would have restricted NewJeans' "How Sweet" clip in 14 Countries, the label responds K-Sélection
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HYBE reportedly restricted NewJeans’ “How Sweet” music video in 14 Countries, label responds

HYBE has responded to accusations regarding the age restriction of the music video for “How Sweet” by NewJeans.

On May 27, HYBE responded to accusations that it restricted access by age to NewJeans' latest music video, "How Sweet." It was previously alleged that HYBE placed age and country restrictions on the music video.

HYBE would have restricted NewJeans' "How Sweet" clip in 14 Countries, the label responds K-Sélection

The accusations sparked widespread reactions online, with some fans expressing their displeasure:

– “NewJeans needs to leave HYBE… HYBE put restrictions for the group's single in 14 countries and put age restrictions, so the video couldn't get many views, lol. »

– “I really hate Bang Si Hyuk, ㅠㅠ. I hope NewJeans and Min Hee Jin stay together forever. »

– “Now they go beyond not promoting them, they are actually sabotaging them. It's chilling. Please pull yourself together. What difference does that make, HYBE? »

HYBE would have restricted NewJeans' "How Sweet" clip in 14 Countries, the label responds K-Sélection

– “HYBE uses such low-level tactics to stop NewJeans. I think Bang Si Hyuk is the biggest threat to K-Pop. »

– “Wow, lol. At this point, let's find a loophole in the contract and escape. Isn't this a betrayal? They are literally trying to bury a band that is doing so well on their own. Additionally, &TEAM has been accused of copying EXO. It is a company that has no original creations. »

– “Did the comments really go from 4,5K to 4,2K? Why did they remove the best comments when they weren't causing any problems? »

HYBE would have restricted NewJeans' "How Sweet" clip in 14 Countries, the label responds K-Sélection

HYBE told Ilgan Sports that they were not responsible for the restriction: “HYBE does not put age restrictions when uploading video clips. YouTube makes this distinction independently. »

HYBE also stated that they will investigate and request an explanation from YouTube regarding this restriction: “We will ask YouTube for an explanation on the restriction of the video and why. »

Some speculate that the presence of Coca-Cola in the "How Sweet" video could be the cause, suggesting that YouTube's algorithm flagged it as an advertisement, leading to this restriction. Google is reportedly looking into the technical aspects of this issue.

At the time of writing, the song has only accumulated 8.9 million views in 4 days.

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MuDan

Bang Si Hyuk created Big Hit to have a human and humanist agency against the big companies of the time, now he is doing worse than them, and for all his groups.

Doggie

Korean netizens with half a brain who refuse to look beyond their noses with their narrow vision, please get your act together. While we're at it Hybe and BPD are the cause of global warming, war in the world, the failure of all Kpop albums at home and elsewhere, the death of every person on this planet, waste in space, famine, covid 19, cancer and the list would go on. If you are young, worry about building a future for yourself instead of invading the internet with stupid comments. If you are less young, worry about your work or, if not, go get some to live your present and your future as well as possible and at the same time try to instill a little respect in most of your young people in a country that prides itself on being respectful, you are seriously lacking in it, that is my opinion. And if you like these NJ guys that much, buy their album, stream them, watch them, whatever else, but please, SHUT UP. You are full of combined nonsense.

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