Blackpink Jennie retrieves hacked Instagram account after 2 months | Inquirer Entertainment

Blackpink Jennie retrieves hacked Instagram account after 2 months

/ 05:07 PM December 01, 2020

Jennie of Blackpink. Image: courtesy of YG Entertainment

Jennie of the South Korean girl group Blackpink is asking the public to stop messing with her Instagram account, which was hacked earlier this year.

Jennie revealed that the account, which has the handle @lesyeuxdenini, was hacked around two months ago but has finally been retrieved as of yesterday, Nov. 30, according to her Instagram Story on the said date.


“Took almost [two] months to get this [account] back. Please leave my personal space alone,” Jennie said using the account as cited by the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) also yesterday.

The K-pop star, who runs two Instagram accounts, reportedly uses her @lesyeuxdenini Instagram account to share more personal things about her and to communicate with her fans more closely.


The said account’s latest post was way back July 23, seemingly before it got hacked by an unknown party. Ian Biong/JB


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