The music video for Yena Choi’s latest song, “Hate Rodrigo,” was intentionally kept private on YouTube. The agency clarified that there was no truth to the rumor that Rodrigo himself requested it to be private. Instead, the video is currently undergoing editing to address potential issues related to copyright and portrait rights infringement.
On June 30th, Yuehua Entertainment, the agency representing Yena Choi, released an official statement regarding the music video for “Hate Rodrigo.” The statement revealed that certain scenes in the music video may have inadvertently violated trademark rights, portrait rights, and copyrights. As a result, the agency decided to make the video private on June 29th and is currently in the process of re-editing it to rectify these concerns.
Contrary to a media outlet’s report yesterday claiming that the music video was made private at the request of Olivia Rodrigo’s team, Yuehua Entertainment denied the accuracy of this statement. According to the agency, there is no truth to the claim that Olivia Rodrigo’s team requested the video to be made private.