Amidst The Issue Of Soojin’s Exit From (G)I-DLE, BLACKPINK Jennie’s Bullying Allegations Resurface
Around a week ago on the 14th of August, Cube Entertainment went on to announce that Soojin was parting ways with (G)I-DLE. This was due to earlier accusations of school violence and bullying against Soojin.
Not long after this, the former school bullying accusations towards BLACKPINK's Jennie resurfaced on a popular virtual community website, Pann Nate. This occurred on the 17th of August and a handful of posts started circulating.
Nine years ago in September of 2012, during the time Jennie was still a YG Entertainment trainee, Jennie was wrapped up in controversy due to accusations of bullying her classmates when she was still in New Zealand.
Although this was the case, Jennie's school bullying allegations were swiftly negated by her fans and her former classmates even provided testimonies. But the allegations once again resurfaced a couple of days ago.
Three days ago as of writing this article, on the 17th of August, a post online went on to share a screenshot of a text message that showed someone had recently made a complaint to a police station against BLACKPINK's Jennie for school bullying.
Prior to this, the last mention of BLACKPINK Jennie's bullying allegations was months ago back in February. This happened when Garo Sero Institute, a YouTube channel, went on to talk about the 'bullying incident' of Jennie.
Kim Yong Ho from Garo Sero Institute went on to claim that they have evidence of Jennie's school bullying. They even went on to share that Kang, a witness, went on to reveal that they felt pressure from YG Entertainment.
Due to her bullying allegations once again surfacing, many netizens think the issue should be re-investigated. Some anti-fans have even urged BLACKPINK's Jennie to withdraw from BLACKPINK as Soojin did from (G)I-DLE.
There are still a lot of fans who believe that Jennie is innocent, giving the K-pop idol their support and love.