black pink member Jenny During the group’s ‘Born Pink’ tour in Australia, YG Entertainment said he had to leave the stage due to his “deteriorating condition”. The agency’s memo was released the same day as the show (June 11) and included an apology from fans on Jennie’s behalf and hopeful promises that she will recover as soon as possible.
“Jennie was unable to complete the scene as her condition deteriorated,” the entertainment agency said. stated On the fan platform at WeVerse. “We would like to express our sincere apologies to all the fans and event attendees who showed their support for Blackpink. In this case, we ask for your understanding.”
Inside videos captured by fans At the event, Jennie can be seen dancing along with her bandmates Rosé, Lisa, and Jisoo to the song “Lovesick Girls.” Suddenly, the singer and the “Idol” actor stop and quickly turn around and descend a series of steps to exit the stage.
The statement also alleged that Jennie had expressed “a strong determination to continue the performance to the fullest”, but was advised by medical professionals not to continue. “We took immediate measures to ensure that he gets plenty of rest and stabilization,” YG said.
Blackpink has been touring since October last year and is scheduled to wrap up its worldwide march in Auckland later this month. In between, they will host two back-to-back sold-out shows at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Friday, June 16 and 17.
Jennie also just came out of a lively Cannes appearance for her role in Sam Levinson’s new HBO show “IdolThe K-pop singer has made her acting debut with Lily Rose-Depp, the Weeknd, Troye Sivan, and many others. On the same day as Jennie’s sudden exit from the concert, “The Idol” premiered its second episode, entitled “Double Fantasy,” in which Jennie’s supporting character was expanded. To read VariationSummary of the new episode’s most controversial moments Here.