#YGLetLisaDoHerWork Trends As BLINKs Want Justice For BLACKPINK Lisa After BVLGARI Issue & Missing Playlist!
At first, fans only questioned YG Entertainment for only restricting BLACKPINK's Lisa with the COVID-19 restriction, but now her playlist is missing on the label's Spotify playlist.
What is YG Entertainment doing to BLACKPINK's Lisa?
As of writing this article, yesterday on the 4th of October, BLACKPINK's Lisa uploaded her most recent video on her personal YouTube channel, "Lilifilm Official channel."
In the video, the BLACKPINK member personally made tie-dyed hoodies for BLINKs who got one of the fifty golden tickets hidden in copies of her debut solo album, "LALISA."
The process of tie-dyeing the hoodies was difficult as BLACKPINK's Lisa repeated the process 50 times to make sure each BLINK who got a golden ticket would have a personalized gift.
It was seen in the video how much BLACKPINK' Lisa loves her fans. In return, she is well-loved by fans. This was recently evident as fans immediately demanded justice for the BLACKPINK maknae as YG Entertainment seems to be losing its grip on Lisa's activities.
At present, BLACKPINK's Lisa is in Paris for the Paris Fashion Week, but as per an announcement from Jean-Christophe Babin, BVLGARI's CEO, YG Entertainment is not allowing Lisa to attend events due to COVID-19 concerns.
Due to this, Lisa will miss out on work that has the ability to advance her career. Among the missed activities is a photoshoot with popular American actress-singer Zendaya and the American supermodel Lily Aldridge.
Thus, 'JUSTICE FOR LISA', '#YGLetLisaDoHerWork', and other related hashtags are now trending. A lot of fans believe that YG Entertainment allowing Lisa to go to Paris and stopping her from participating in events is unfair.
Notably, other stars are participating in the events which are permitted by the current COVID-19 restrictions, but BLACKPINK's Lisa is not.
To add more fuel to the fire, BLINKs also noticed that BLACKPINK Lisa's playlist is no longer a part of YG Entertainment's Spotify.
As of writing this article, YG Entertainment has not yet released a statement on the matter.