Netizens Shocked As Brave Girls Admits That They Have Not Have Been Paid Yet
As of writing this article, yesterday on the 23rd of June, Brave Girls' Yuna and Eunji were featured on Kim Shin Young's radio show, "Kim Shin Young's Noon Song of Hope." In the show, the Brave Girls' members revealed shocking news.
Brave Girls' Yuna and Eunji started the show off by sharing how surprised the members were for the fame that they have garnered. Brave Girls recently released a comeback with the title song "Chi Mat Ba Ram," which has once again garnered awards and topped charts.
"Our best ranking was when we previously promoted 'High Heels.' We made it onto the charts at the 76th spot. It still does not feel real that we placed first.," Brave Girls' Yuna explained.
Following Yuna's revelation on their comeback, Kim Shin Young went on to ask if the Brave Girls member had recently checked her bank account. Surprising everyone, including the MC and listeners, Brave Girls' Yuna shared, "We have not received any of our earnings yet."
Although the Brave Girls members have not been paid yet ahead of their immensely successful reputation, Yuna revealed that their CEO gives them a spending allowance. Yuna even expressed what she did with her spending allowance.
"With the money I was given, I was able to give it to my mother. Following that, she started crying so I was shocked. It was not even a large amount, but seeing her cry about it made me think 'I wonder how much more she will cry in the future.' Anyways, mom, please be happy," Brave Girls' Yuna added.
Fortunately, it was confirmed that Brave Girls will be paid with their earnings anytime now in July. This is good news as Brave Girls have acquired a huge following of fans and they probably will not be happy about their favorite K-pop girl group not being paid.