ITZY supporters sent JYP Entertainment protest vans requesting frequent comebacks? 2023

Fans of the K-pop group ITZY are dissatisfied with the label JYP Entertainment.

The admirers also known as MIDZY have dispatched protest vehicles to the label’s office, demanding better promotion of their group, ITZY.

The protest vehicles are loaded with a variety of messages conveying the group’s wishes. This was completed a week ago.

Itzy Fans Sent Protest Vehicles To Jyp

The fandom also noted that the members’ appearances are antiquated and that their comebacks are infrequent.

They expressed their desire for frequent performances from ITZY. One user wrote, “ITZY’s fandom is reasonable to send protest trucks,” while another user wrote, “What they say is so right.”

One of the other Internet users stated, “I agree with this one,” adding, “This differs from the unreasonable boy band protest trucks.” ITZY needs to promote much more.”

About Their Return in July

ITZY recently announced their return with the imminent seventh mini-album, ‘Kill My Doubt.’ The six-track album ‘Kill My Doubt’ will be published on July 31 at 6:00 PM KST (2:30 PM IST). Three of the tracks, ‘Bet On Me,’ ‘Cake,’ and ‘None Of My Business’, will be accompanied by music videos.

The JYP Entertainment female group will release its first album in eight months, ‘Kill My Doubt,’ which will follow its 2022 mini-album, ‘Cheshire.’

ITZY consists of five members: Yeji, Lia, Ryujin, Chaeryeong, and Yuna.

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