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30 May 2019 - 2:59 PM  UPDATED 30 May 2019 - 2:59 PM

Former NGT48 member Yamaguchi Maho is set for new beginnings, having signed to a new entertainment agency.

The J-pop idol graduated from NGT48 recently, following on from her revealing that she had been assaulted by two men in December 2018, and that her management had subsequently attempted to cover it up. She had also stated at the time that she believed fellow members had help orchestrate the attack.

It's now been announced that Yamaguchi Maho will be part of Ken-On Group, and she's the first ever active or original member from an AKB48 group to be recruited to the entertainment company. 

Ken-On has some notable artists under their wing including Kanno Miho, Yamaguchi Tomoko, Katase Nana and Sugisaka Hana among others.

Yamaguchi Maho has wiped her Twitter account clean with only the announcement of her new agency up, in a sign of new beginnings.

We wonder what she'll be working on next?

(Source)


 

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