Blackpink Lisa's page removed from Chinese social media platform | Inquirer Entertainment

Blackpink Lisa’s page removed from Chinese social media platform

/ 02:48 PM November 02, 2023

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Blackpink’s Lisa. Image: Instagram/@lalalalisa_m

The social media account of Blackpink’s Lisa on Chinese platform Weibo appears to have been taken down, and some netizens are speculating that this may have been caused by the mixed reactions over the K-pop star’s performance at French cabaret Crazy Horse Paris.

Fans were shocked after they visited Lisa’s official Weibo page and found out that it was already unavailable “due to reports of violations of laws, regulations and Weibo community agreements.”


While it was not immediately clear what complaints the platform had received, netizens seemed to have linked the account suspension to Lisa’s cabaret performance in September, which might have breached the platform’s censorship rules.

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Lisa and her talent label YG Entertainment have yet to address the matter as of this writing.

Blackpink—composed of members Lisa, Jennie, Jisoo and Rosé—debuted in 2016 and has since become one of the most successful K-pop groups in South Korea as well as the global music scene.

The quartet’s exclusive contracts with YG Entertainment ended in August, and discussions on their contract renewal are still ongoing and have yet to be confirmed.

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