Hot Take: BLACKPINK’s Jennie Charged For Breaking Guidelines Relating To Social Distancing
Rules, laws, and regulations are made for the sole purpose of the protection and benefit of the masses. Regardless of who you are, no one is above the law. May it be a lawman, politician, or celebrity, more particularly, a K-pop entertainer.
Recently, the "queen of K-pop," BLACKPINK's Jennie, has been accused of breaking social distancing guidelines, as she was reportedly gathering with multiple people.
It has almost been two years since the pandemic struck, and most of the world is still going through the worst of Covid-19. To prevent the spread of this virus, multiple laws and regulations have been legalized.
The most popular among the regulations is the social distancing guidelines.
This guideline essentially instructs people to keep a safe space between themselves and other people who are not from the same household as them.
Another way to practice social or physical distancing, one should stay at least 2 meters from other people who are not from the same household. This should be followed by both indoor and outdoor spaces.
This means that BLACKPINK's Jennie was accused of breaking this vital regulation that combats the pandemic.
The suspicions came out just recently, and it pits BLACKPINK's Jennie accused of breaking the ban on private meetings of more than five people. Fortunately, it has been confirmed to be not true.
Two days ago, on the 15th of April, BLACKPINK's Jennie was accused of breaking regulations after she uploaded multiple photos on Instagram of her visiting an arboretum in the Gyeonggi Province of South Korea.
A number of the photos show a lot of people enjoying ice cream.
Good thing that the accusations of BLACKPINK's Jennie were proven to be false after it was released that the photos were from a yet-to-be-uploaded YouTube video.
BLACKPINK's Jennie is known to be a very talented and popular K-pop idol. Aside from this, she is also a law-abiding citizen.