NO:ZE Under Fire Due to Sponsored Instagram Posts — What Happened?

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NO:ZE suffered condemnations over sponsored Instagram posts she reportedly failed to share.

NO:ZE has been stealing the spotlight since she appeared in the hit dancing competition, Street Woman Fighter. She also made her empire as a model and member of the dance group, WayB.

But her popularity has been affected recently by allegations regarding the Instagram posts she failed to share.

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NO:ZE Gets Involved in Sponsored Instagram Posts Controversy

On July 4, Wikitree shared a media report regarding NO:ZE’s fees in her Instagram posts. It was revealed that she charges $23,000 to $38,000 per post.

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Unfortunately, she was questioned because of her poor professionalism, affecting several businesses.

Small brand “A” revealed that NO:ZE kept on delaying the brand deal post. It reportedly took her months before it was posted, yet the dancer immediately deleted it afterward.

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“There is no sponsored post (of our brand) on her Instagram because she deleted all. We paid her millions per post but it wasn't uploaded on the requested date. We just heard she had personal reasons. It was frustrating because we just had to wait,” small brand B added.

Meanwhile, another brand disclosed that it planned to launch a seasonal advertisement with her. However, she posted it after the season had already ended.

NO:ZE’s Agency Responds to Reports

Following the emergence of the news, her agency, Starting House, revealed that the statements were baseless.

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“There is no sponsored post (of our brand) on her Instagram because she deleted all. We paid her millions per post but it wasn't uploaded on the requested date. We just heard she had personal reasons. It was frustrating because we just had to wait,” it said, as quoted by Korea JoongAng Daily.

The company added that the posting schedules need to go through a process before its artist officially shares it online. It assured that NO:ZE has been uploading them on time.

As for the deleted content, the dancer purportedly discussed it with the agency before she took it down.

It remains unknown whether these complaints will lead to legal action, but NO:ZE’s fans have been offering mixed reactions regarding the issue.

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