With the outbreak about the news of DMTN‘s Daniel being involved with distribution of marijuana, attention has been shed on what their agency, 2Works, plans to do with the group as of now. For those of you just catching up now, Daniel was previously said to be under the suspicion of smoking and selling marijuana. However, 2Works released a press release clarifying the charges and stated that unlike what had been previously conveyed in various reports, Daniel had not smoked marijuana nor sold it, but rather had served as an intermediary. The group had initially planned on releasing a new album in May, but with Daniel being swept up in controversy, there is no doubt that plans may be changing. 2Works commented, “We have not yet received the final ruling on Daniel’s involvement. However, Daniel wants to pay the consequences and carry out the punishment dealt to him for his wrongdoing… For the time being, we are currently looking for individual activities the members can carry out without Daniel. For the members who are currently already carrying out activities, they will be continuing with them.” On Daniel’s current state, the agency added, “He is feeling very sorry to the company, the members, and those around him. The shock he has received is great. We think he’ll need to find some stableness.” So far, there is no report about any of their schedules being canceled, so it remains to be seen whether things will stay that way, and if the members will promote without Daniel at group events.