My honest opinion is that.. both sides are wrong. After reading the CEO’s explanation letter, i realized that he is right at some points. He has valid points about being oppressed by the bigger companies and I can see how it would seem that they are being taken advantage of because they can’t be fought back to. It is wrong, but I also believe that the CEO was a little too butthurt through this whole situation. To maturely address the situation, a private letter should have been written through SM, rather than to write some dumb passive-agressive song that has probably costed even more of MR.MR’s decreasing popularity, and its just plain immature. I mean, how old are you? You are going to DISS someone because they did something you didn”t like?
((and am I the only one that thinks the term “diss” sounds like a playground word.))
Although I can see where this man is coming from, I just can’t defend him because he stood up for what he believed in and it didn’t help anyone and only caused trouble. MR.MR isn’t a bad group, and it seems they have more negative popularity than positive. It is really upsetting to me that people like this think they can get by in the entertainment business just by complaining that they aren’t popular enough. I am not saying anything towards MR.MR, i am talking about their company’s way of handling this situation. Although both sides played a role, it isn’t completely an SM thing. Also, this shouldn’t have been thrown out to the public so much.