Popular Chinese Fan Pages Of Jennie Announce They Will Stop Supporting BLACKPINK!
Just recently on the 25th of January, YG Entertainment's BLACKPINK had an online fan sign on Weverse. The K-pop girl group then had a complete group live stream on Naver's V Live.
Since it was BLACKPINK's first time together since their anniversary live stream in August of last year, this madeBLINKs, their fandom name, very happy. Notably, while a lot were happy to see the K-pop girl group together once again, Jennie's Chinese were not as happy.
On the 26th of January, Jennie Bar, BLACKPINK Jennie's largest fan group in China, alongside other fan groups all went on to announce their withdrawal towards support on BLACKPINK!
The BLACKPINK Jennie fan groups explained that they will continue to do so until YG Entertainment updates Jennie's personal fans on the K-pop idol's solo activities.
The BLACKPINK Jennie fan pages announced on Weibo:
"From 2019 until now, YG Entertainment has never arranged individual activities for Jennie. This includes variety show appearances, individual stages, collaborations with other artists and more. In the end-of-the-year plans of the company, Jennie was the only member not mentioned.
As an active female idol, Jennie has the strength to go on stage and the ability to compose good lyrics, but it is only her who does not have a clear plan and is left out in the group. This long period of inactivity has made it impossible for us to withstand this unfair treatment. Therefore, we have decided to support the group's activities until Jennie is treated fairly.
"SOLO" in 2018 was highly successful, but Jennie has only released that one song and has no other plans for the future. When Jennie was attacked with false rumors, YG Entertainment did not make any statement to defend her. We strongly urge the company to respond to these incidents and plan Jennie's future activities and invest in her more!"
BLACKPINK Jennie's Chinese fans are upset as BLACKPINK would be making a group K-pop comeback first before Jennie makes a solo comeback. BLACKPINK's Jennie made her solo debut in K-pop in 2018 and due to this, her personal fans want her to make a comeback!