Just days after making their comeback with their new mini album “ROAR,” E’LAST has had their official YouTube channel hacked and subsequently deleted.
On April 30, E’LAST’s agency E Entertainment released the following statement:
Hello, this is E Entertainment.
At present, E’LAST’s YouTube channel has been hacked, and we have confirmed that content unrelated to E’LAST is being streamed on the channel.
We are currently making inquiries regarding the hacking and also checking on how to recover the channel.
We apologize for giving you cause for concern.
As of 9:45 a.m KST on May 1, E’LAST’s official YouTube channel has not yet been recovered.
Meanwhile, E’LAST is currently in the midst of promoting “ROAR” and their new title track “Creature,” which were both released on April 27 at 6 p.m. KST.
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