4 Aug - Soon after the bullying rumour between T-ARA and former member Hwa-young spread like wildfire, it was revealed that the group's other activities have been pulled to a halt both incidentally and intentionally.
Kpopstarz website reported that on 31 July, T-ARA's agency, Core Contents Media cancelled next month's SBS "K-POP Yeosu Expo Super Concert", MBC TV "Music Core" and SBS "Inkigayo", stating, "There is too much going on to keep the activities going on."
Rumour has it that even their first exclusive concert that was planned to be held on 11 August at Jamsil Stadium may be cancelled. To this, CCM rep stated, "We'll have to look at how the situation goes."
Meanwhile, Allkpop website reported that T-ARA have been losing one commercial deal after another. Certain companies were reportedly trying to change their contract after a lot of Netizens posted comments saying that they will not buy any of T-ARA's products.
It was reported that cosmetic brand Tony Moly gave up to re-sign the deal with T-ARA after August, outdoor brand Wild Rose is hesitating about renewing T-ARA's contract while Daewoo Securities have decided to take back all the images of the group that are currently used for advertisement.
Meanwhile, it was reported that online fan cafe, "T-Jinyo" are amassing more than 200,000 members and counting while QUEEN'S, T-ARA's official fan club were only able to get 16,000 members.