It's been announced that former King & Prince members Hirano Sho and Jinguji Yuta have joined Takizawa Hideaki's new company TOBE.
Hirano and Jinguji along with Kishi Yuta left King & Prince on May 22 of this year. Both Hirano and Jinguji left Johnny & Associates on that day, and Kishi is also scheduled to leave on September 30 after his starring film 'G-Men' is released.
The two made an appearance on TOBE's official YouTube channel on July 7 announcing that they will be joining forces with the new company. Hirano commented, "I am happy to greet everyone and make this announcement with new feelings. Thank you to my fans for waiting. I hope to create good times and a fun space going forward." Similarly, Jinguji expressed, "I feel happy to reunite with everyone. I want to see a wonderful view at this new place, so please continue to support me."
TOBE was established by Takizawa earlier in March. On July 2, it was announced that Miyake Ken joined the company which attracted a great deal of attention.