Cherry Bullet‘s Linlin has opened her personal Instagram account, and fans are worried about what it means.
Three of Cherry Bullet’s members, Linlin, Kokoro, and most recently Mirae, have been missing from the group’s activities for a while now, and fans have been demanding answers from FNC Entertainment about their whereabouts and why the agency has not released a statement about their absence.
Fans were worried about the two because there was absolutely no word about them, but now that Linlin has opened her personal Instagram, fans are part relieved and part worried because while its an update, it can also mean that she’s left the group and maybe even the agency itself.
Most of her captions, however, are in Korean, which is leading fans to assume she’s in Korea and are holding out an amount of hope for a good outcome.
But fans are additionally worried about members Kokoro and Mirae because now that they’ve at least heard from one member, the radio silence from the agency and the other two members is getting too much for them to bear.
we all know that if the same mistreatment going on with cherry bullet happened to a big group, the internet would lose their shit. mistreatment is so often disregarded when it comes to smaller companies. what are YOU doing to spread awareness for #whereiskokolin #whereismirae ?
— ight, cool. (@_yoongilicious) November 29, 2019
#WHEREisKOKOLIN ????? GUYS?????? IT'S BEEN 4 MONTHS????? WHERE ARE MY GIRLS??????
— Pia 💫 #원호탈퇴반대 (@champagnejuho) November 28, 2019
I’m genuinely sad by this LinLin news like. Absolute radio silence on hers and Kokoro’s whereabouts and a not even so much as birthday updates or fanfare posts, and now Lin has her own insta? This just feels like the beginning of “graduation” news. #WHEREisKOKOLIN
— May™️ (@sweettalkermay) November 27, 2019
FNC Entertainment is yet to release a statement about the situation.