Son Tung’s MV There’s No One At All has disappeared from YouTube
One day after being sanctioned, Son Tung’s MV “There’s No One At All” was officially removed completely on the YouTube platform.
April 28, MV There’s No One At All Son Tung’s film was released on April 28 and was immediately criticized by the public for containing violent content and promoting suicide.
On May 5, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism issued a decision to sanction Son Tung 70 million VND (based on Clause 3, Article 13 of Decree No. 38/2021/ND-CP sanctioning administrative violations in the field of culture and advertising).
Along with that, the Inspector of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism also asked Son Tung M-TP Entertainment Co., Ltd. to be responsible for destroying the video recording. There’s No One At All; return the profit earned from the MV; remove recordings here’s No One At All in electronic form on the network and digital environment.
Currently (on the afternoon of May 6), when accessing the link of Son Tung’s controversial song on YouTube, users will receive an inactive video notification from the platform. Previously, users in Vietnam, when searching for this song on YouTube, would display the message “Video not available in this country”.
In addition, Son Tung’s song cannot be viewed in other regions as before. Before disappearing, the male singer’s video of Thai Binh origin reached about 9.7 million views and more than 600,000 likes.
In addition, the audio version of There’s No One At All still available on Spotify and Apple Music.
Product music This was removed on Youtube, causing the “Chairman” to suffer the heaviest loss in recent years, not including production costs, team and many other expenses up to more than 30 billion VND.
Currently, the information that the MV with Son Tung’s suicide scene has been officially removed from YouTube is causing a stir on social networks.
According to VietNamNet
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