Former LOONA member Chuu broke her silence for the first time since her firing by the band last week.

Chuu was removed as a member of LOONA on November 25 by  Blockberry Creative.

The agency alleged that Chuu’s “violent language and misuse of power toward our staff” led to her “exclusion” from the group.

Sharing the statement on her Instagram story Nov.29, Chuu thanked her fans for supporting her.

Chuu wrote a note thanking fans for their “concern and comfort”, and placing their trust in her.

She wrote, “As I have not received any contact regarding this series of situations or know anything  about them."

"I'm currently grasping the situation, but what I’m sure of is that I haven’t done anything that would be shameful to my fans,” she added.

Chuu concluded her statement with, "Thank you so much for your concern and for trusting in me.”

According to a Wikitree report, in March this year, Chuu had also filed a lawsuit against Blockberry Creative to suspend her contract.

Chuu made her debut in 2017 as a founding member of LOONA, & released her self-titled single  album in December that year.