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After School Unable to Make Comeback Because Agency Don't Have the Money

July 26, 2015 at 5:00 pm EDT

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With the plethora of girl group comebacks this summer there's been one very noticeable absence -- After School.

But don't hold your breath for the group to return any time soon. According to member Lizzy, there's currently no money available at Pledis Entertainment for them to release new material.

After School's Lizzy says the group is unable to make a comeback at the moment as there isn't enough money available Credit: Pledis Entertainment

After School's Lizzy says the group is unable to make a comeback at the moment as there isn't enough money available
Credit: Pledis Entertainment

The 22-year-old singer had invited fans to ask her questions on Twitter and candidly responded when one fan asked if and when the group would be returning to the charts.

She openly responded, "We need money for a comeback but we don’t have any… I also want one [a comeback]."

It's no secret that it costs a small fortune to launch a K-pop group and Pledis have recently debuted Seventeen, a 13 member boy band who are still enjoying success with their single "Adore U."

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After School's last single release was in June 2013 with the pole-dancing video for their track, "First Love," however members have been enjoying success as solo performers on numerous variety and reality shows.

Pedis Entertainment had no comment when contacted about future comeback possibilities.

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