BLACKPINK’s Lisa has faced the wrath of Chinese netizens after her Crazy Horse Paris performance. Recently, it was revealed that Lisa’s Weibo account is in trouble and Celine and BVLGARI have turned their backs on the K-pop idol, who is reportedly terminating her contract. But, the rumors seem to hold no weight. Amidst the hue and cry, the CEO of BVLGARI has given obvious support to the ARGEAD singer.
Lisa surprised everyone when she made her Crazy Horse Paris debut with her sultry cabaret performance. However, her period received a lot of attention from netizens because they thought she was not living up to the squeaky-clean image of Korean idols who often keep a low profile. The incident soon became a scandal and calls to boycott the BLACKPINK rapper.
It is worth mentioning that the Lisa Crazy Horse Paris scandal came at a time when she was already dealing with controversy regarding the renewal of her contract with her YG Entertainment agency. If rumors are to be believed, the LALISA crooner is ready to establish his footprint in the US market and will be signing with a new label soon.
Recently, fans noticed some unusual activities on Lisa’s Weibo account. It was reported that her account was unavailable for quite some time, which raised concerns among fans. When netizens tried to access his page, it showed that the account was banned due to regulatory violations on the platform. Soon after, Celine BVLGARI, two international brands that Lisa represents, removed all her posts from their social media accounts in China.
However, during the crucial times, the CEO of BVLGARI, JC Babin, managed to clear the air, putting a complete stop to all the rumors that suggested that the luxury brands are all connected with the K-pop star. He took to his Instagram stories to share pictures of Lisa attending all of the jewelry brand’s events. Fans took this as a sign of support for Lisa from the CEO and breathed a sigh of relief.
And this is it #Celine official and #BVLGARI‘s CEO Babin dissing the k-media saying #LISAbrands going back on her because weibo deleted her account due to the Crazyhorse controversy in China 🤦🏼♂😮💨 both brands have now updated their own social media action.#LALISA #BLACKPINK pic.twitter.com/jGfQQMLkKQ
— 𝘈𝘭𝘭 𝘪𝘯 𝘪𝘯𝘪 November 3, 2023
Meanwhile, amidst the recovery, Lisa is spending some downtime with her family. She has also posted pictures of her travel adventures with her followers on Instagram. She has yet to update fans in regards to music.
For more updates, stay tuned to Koimoi.
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