I just asked Chaehee (GBB) about the status of the group via her instagram live that just ended a couple minutes ago and she said "sorry, GBB has disbanded." She didn't save the live video to her story and the company itself let them disband quietly so they didn't make an official statement. I want to update the GBB official page knowing that she is a reliable source (she was the leader), but since she didn't save the live video, I wouldn't have a link to update the page with a source. What should I do?
For GBB's case, it's pretty much no different to any other group that quietly disbands, as many are familiar with in K-Pop. Even a recent example for KHAN as it was only mentioned in the comments section.
For Instagram Live, it's harder since the video is not saved. In this case, you could put in a reference linking to their Instagram account and in brackets put in the date of the live. (eg. <ref>[@ABC_123 on Instagram (January 1, 2020 live video stream)]</ref>) I will assume that the source is real and not fake or malicious.
Actually, Weverse is still exclusive to artists under BigHit labels. Gfriend and Seventeen joined Weverse because Big Hit acquired their agencies, Source Music and Pledis Entertainment. But of course, that still means the horizons of Weverse are expanding.
The person behind the Future Girls account on Twitter revealed to day they're a fake girl group. They used pictures from random Instagram accounts to make it look more legit. There's a profile for them on here though. Should it be deleted?
Sorry but I unforunately can not go and work on another Wiki because I am too busy with this one, K-Indie and in real life. I can provide some assistance for templates, css and such but I have too much to do as it is.