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Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

Cosmetics brand Nature Republic released an official statement after deleted tweets that appeared to mock NCT 127.

Nature Republic issues a statement following its tweet “Ricking” NCT 127

On November 22, Nature Republic posted its official Twitter account address brand controversy. In their latest tweet, beauty brand K-beauty said:

“We apologize for causing inconvenience to fans of NCT 127 due to the inappropriate choice of words and statements regarding our tweets.

We humbly accept all feedback and will be careful and responsible in our Twitter postings.”

(Photo: Twitter: @nature_on)
Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

Their announcement comes after criticism they received from fans of NCT 127, the NCTzens, over their previous tweets that appear to mock the boy group.

MORE INFO: Did the beauty brand cast a shadow over NCT 127? NCTzens Slam Label for “tactless” remarks

The republic of nature

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Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

On November 21, Nature Republic tweeted out the announcement of the winner of their Polaroid event. However, their words appear to have indirectly said that NCT 127 is not popular due to the low number of people who joined the event.

Their Twitter post read:

“The lucky winner of the #Our7sPolaroid event will be announced today!

The Polaroid event closed yesterday, although we initially planned to announce the winners in mid-December as we thought tens of thousands of people would sign up for the event.

But in the end, we didn’t even reach 1,000 people, so…we’ll post the winners right away, please keep that in mind.”

NCT 127 for the Republic of Nature

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Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

Previously, Nature Republic tweeted on November 15 to provide an update on the Polaroid event that started a few weeks earlier. This post looked like they were making fun of NCT 127 as well.

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The republic of nature

(Photo: Nate Pann)
Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

Their tweet said:

“All! Since delivery starts today, there are many people who have not received their package yet…

Within two hours, only 24 people signed up. Three winners out of 24 entries… that’s a good deal, isn’t it?

In the meantime, 2 more winners have been selected! There are currently five winners! Congratulations to everyone.”

NCT 127 for the Republic of Nature

(Photo: Instagram: @naturerepublic_kr)
Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

Two Twitter posts have since received negative fan reactions and were eventually deleted.

In the meantime, while the K-beauty brand has apologized to NCTzens, they have yet to issue an official apology to NCT 127.

What can you say about Nature Republic’s apology to fans of NCT 127?

NCT 127’s “2 Baddies” enters the Billboard Albums charts

In other news, NCT 127’s “2 Baddies” spent its eighth consecutive week on Billboard’s World Albums chart, peaking at number nine for the week ending November 19. In the same week, the album ranked 22nd on the Top Album Sales chart.

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Nature Republic releases a statement following its “Mocking” NCT 127 tweets

It is not yet known whether “2 Baddies” stayed on both Billboard charts this week (ending November 26).

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Released on September 16, “2 Baddies” is the group’s fourth studio album consisting of the title track of the same name and 11 B-side tracks. The project was certified one million sold by the Korea Music Content Association on November 10 for selling one million copies.

Also on November 10, NCT 127’s repackaged album “Regulate” was certified platinum for sales of 250,000 copies in South Korea.

Check out the music video for NCT 127’s “Baddies” again below:

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Written by Maria Scott

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