SHOCKING! Zico Accused Of Robbing Late Singer Goo Hara’s House; South Korean Rapper’s Agency To Take Legal Action Against Rumours

Zico has been facing accusations of robbing late singer Goo Hara’s house after a sketch of the perpetrator went viral on social media

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SHOCKING! Zico Accused Of Robbing Late Singer Goo Hara’s House; South Korean Rapper’s Agency To Take Legal Action Against Rumours
South Korean rapper Zico is currently embroiled in a controversy as he is facing accusations of robbing late singer Goo Hara’s house, after her death. For the unversed, she passed away in 2019. Her death was ruled as a ‘possible suicide’ by the officials and brought to light the sexual crimes faced by women in South Korea, one of them being the use of spy cameras to capture their ‘voyeuristic’ photos and videos. According to a report by Koreaboo, SBS’s Unanswered Questions released an episode about her untimely demise on June 23. 

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The episode also covered the robbery that took place at her house, after her death. The robber was suspected of stealing a safe that held her old phones. Hara’s brother revealed in the episode that he had taken out all the valuables kept in the safe before the robbery took place. Well, the episode also released a facial composite, which was successfully put together, for the Korean public. They were reportedly asked for possible tips to identify the burglar. As per the entertainment publication, the perpetrator is estimated to be at least 5’8″ or taller and in his late 20s-early 30s during the time of the crime.



Well, the photo of the robber went viral on social media, leading Korean netizens to speculate that the sketch looked like Zico. Many claimed that the man looked quite similar to the South Korean musician. They accused and attacked him for ‘stealing’ her safe. Now, reacting to the malicious rumors, the 31-year-old rapper’s agency KOZ Entertainment has announced that it will be taking legal actions against the ones spreading the ‘malicious rumors’ about Zico.

Dismissing the ‘false claims,’ the agency released the statement via Weverse. Quoted by Soompi, a part of the statement reads, “We confirmed that numerous malicious posts and comments defaming, insulting, and circulating false information about our artist Zico have been indiscriminately posted on various online communities and social media platforms. In particular, the malicious rumors and false information that were clearly proven to have no relation to our artist have reached a level of severity that cannot be overlooked, so we determined that strong legal action against them was urgent.”
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