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YG Entertainment Clears Rumors of Conflict with Michelle Lee

By Staff Writer | October 16, 2012 04:01 PM EDT

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Lee Michelle (Photo : SBS)

YG Entertainment speaks out about the rumors that have been circulating in the media.

The rumors stated that former "K-Pop Star" contestant Michelle Lee has been experiencing some conflict with YG Entertainment recently. Detailed reasons weren't revealed, but she hasn't been going to YG Entertainment due to differences of opinion.

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Michelle Lee was a member of Su Pearls with Park Ji Min, Lee Jungmi, and Lee Seung Joo. After SBS "K-Pop Star" concluded Park Ji Min went to JYP Entertainment while Lee Ha Yi and Michelle Lee joined with YG Entertainment. Yang Hyun Suk announced the album plan last month, showing special affection in the project.

YG Entertainment shared with Star News today sharing, "There is absolutely no problem between YG and Michelle Lee. We are not sure where those rumors came from."

The YG source continued, "The reason Michelle hasn't been coming to the YG headquarters is due to personal matters. And believe the situation was exaggerated with media outlets blowing it out of proportion. The rumor is not true."

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