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 company E Entertainment launched the next assertion:
Hello, that is E Entertainment.
At current, E’LAST’s YouTube channel has been hacked, and we’ve confirmed that content material unrelated to E’LAST is being streamed on the channel.
We are at the moment making inquiries relating to the hacking and likewise checking on the way to get better the channel.
We apologize for supplying you with trigger for concern.
As of 9:45 a.m KST on May 1, E’LAST’s official YouTube channel has not but been recovered.
Meanwhile, E’LAST is at the moment within the midst of selling “ROAR” and their new title monitor “Creature,” which have been each launched on April 27 at 6 p.m. KST.
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