Looks like hell hath no fury like a fan scorned. YG Entertainment’s stocks have fallen half a day after it was reported that Lisa would not be attending Paris Fashion Week albeit being in France. For a while now, fans of the Blackpink star have been noticing mistreatment and unfair decisions being taken for the Thai-born idol. It had even reached the likes of Bvlgari’s CEO and Vogue Thailand who decided to talk about it. And since then fans have been trending ‘Justice for Lisa’ and #YGLetLisadoHerWork.
The unequal treatment of Lisa compared to the other three members, Rose, Jennie, and Jisoo, has had fans riled up. Being a global ambassador of Bvlgari, they believe the Thai rapper has been robbed of meeting celebrities and making a better name for herself once more.
Lisa was reunited with her mother in France on October 4 and fans expected her to attend some of the shows on October 5 along with Jennie. But she was nowhere to be seen. Lilies went to extreme lengths due to the recurring mistreatment.Lilies, put together a list of the mistreatment towards BLACKPINK’s maknae, Lisa.
The news came to public attention when BVLGARI CEO Jean-Christopher Babin posted about Etam Live Show 2021. He said it is “a pity” not to have BLACKPINK’s Lisa attend the catwalk, along with “an incredible Bvlgari event tomorrow in Milano.” The CEO said the reason for this is YG Entertainment not allowing her to participate in them, citing COVID regulations.It should be noted that Lisa has been vaccinated and YG allowed the rest of Blackpink to attend crowded shows.
Fans are terming this restriction as “mistreatment” and “discrimination” against the Thai rapper. Many are throwing questions at YG Entertainment, asking them where these restrictions went when BLACKPINK’s other members attended events, such as Jennie attending Chanel’s Fashion Week, Jisoo attending Dior’s 2022 event, and Rose attending YSL SS22 Show.
While there have already been 2 days of fans talking about the mistreatment of BLACKPINK’s Lisa, YG Entertainment is still yet to release any official statement about it.