BLACKPINK’s Jisoo tests positive for covid-19, opts out of concert in Japan


BLACKPINK’s Jisoo tested positive for Covid-19 before her concert in Japan.

BLACKPINK member Jisoo tested positive for covid-19 on Thursday as the band’s management agency YG Entertainment announced the same on Weverse and informed their fans that Jisoo will not be a part of BLACKPINK’s upcoming concerts in Japan. .

YG Entertainment issued an official statement saying, “Hello, this is YG Entertainment. We would like to inform you that BLACKPINK’s JISOO was confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19 on June 1. JISOO took a self-test on May 30 after showing symptoms. mild”. cold symptoms. At first, he initially tested negative, but he finally tested positive on June 1.”

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He further added, “JISOO was determined to perform, wanting to fulfill her promise to the BLACKPINK fans who have been waiting for a long time, but she decided not to participate in the concert for the artist’s health and everyone’s safety.”

“Therefore, only three members, JENNIE, LISA, and ROSÉ, will participate in the [BORN PINK] World tour concerts held in Osaka, Japan on June 3 and 4. We understand the anticipation and how long fans have been waiting for the performance and will do our best to deliver the concert as planned. We kindly ask for your strong support.”

He also stated, “We will do our best for JISOO’s speedy recovery as well as the health and safety of our artists. We apologize and ask for your understanding once again. Thank you.”

Speaking of BLACKPINK, Jisoo is the unofficial leader of the group where the girl group consisted of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. BLACKPINK started their journey in 2016 with their first album ‘Square One’.

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The team is currently on the Asian leg of their Born Pink World Tour to promote their latest album ‘Born Pink’. The group has already wrapped up their concerts in Thailand and China as part of their schedule.

However, for now, BLACKPINK is bound to do their concerts in Osaka, Japan, Osaka on June 3 and 4. Fans will not be able to witness Jisoo’s magic, however, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa will still perform as per the tour schedule.

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Meanwhile, fans also sent their warm wishes for Jisoo’s speedy recovery on Twitter, where Jisoo’s latest music titled ‘Flower’ became a commercial hit that ranked number two on the Billboard Global 200 overall.

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