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Illicit B.A.P merchandise is sold in overseas countries

Illicit B.A.P merchandise is currently being sold in overseas countries, and B.A.P’s agency is trying to handle this problem.

On July 30, TS Entertainment, B.A.P’s agency, expressed its concern about the illicit merchandise related to B.A.P and asked B.A.P’s fans not to buy any merchandise related to B.A.P on its official website, Facebook account, Twitter account, and fan cafe.

According to TS Entertainment, some people are selling tour packages and merchandise at very high prices in overseas countries, illegally using the name of B.A.P, as B.A.P are holding a showcase in Taiwan on September 22.

Because there’s also a product named Welcoming B.A.P at the Airport, it can create a dangerous situation.

TS Entertainment says, “We’re afraid that B.A.P’s fans might get damaged by this illicit merchandise. We hope this can arouse many illegal dealers’ attention.”

B.A.P are currently promoting their first EP, “No Mercy.”

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