Netizens reacted to the news that luxury brands in China are distancing themselves from BLACKPINK‘s Lisa.
Lisa | @lalalalisa_m/Instagram
Earlier, it was reported that luxury brands are distancing themselves from BLACKPINK’s Lisa. In the article, it was reported that BVLGARI‘s CEO had deleted a photo of Lisa and himself.
BVLGARI CEO Jean-Christophe Babin | TV Report
Those reports were soon corroborated by new reports stating that CELINE and BVLGARI’s Chinese accounts had deleted all traces of the idol.
WEIBO CỦA BVLGARI VÀ CELINE TRUNG QUỐC ĐÃ XÓA/ẨN TOÀN BỘ NHỮNG BÀI VIẾT CÓ LIÊN QUAN ĐẾN LISA
Được biết hiện Lisa đang là đại sứ toàn cầu của hai thương hiệu xa xỉ này. Dư âm từ buổi biểu diễn kín tại Crazy Horse Paris của Lisa đã khiến cô mất đi khá… pic.twitter.com/rqe0W6kyz9
— HiHiHaHa (@hihihahabc) November 1, 2023
The drastic measures follow backlash stemming from Lisa’s Crazy Horse performance. Recently, Lisa’s Weibo account has also been terminated, and Chinese celebrities who attended the performance are said to be facing consequences.
Korean netizens reacted to the news with mixed responses. Although there were some who criticized the backlash towards Lisa, there were many who felt that Lisa had
“Wow, luxury brands are really sensitive to Chinese sentiment, lol. Especially considering how long it’s been since her performance.” “The Chinese markets are so valuable… I don’t think any other brands would use her.” “Reap what you sow.” “It’s stranger to forgive an idol who performed at a strip show. It’s not like someone forced her to do it.” “Reap what you sow, now hurry up and take off your K-Pop tag.” “LOL, congratulations.” “Stripper.” “What is up with that when the (LVMH) owner and his son watched the show together?” “Woah, I read that it was just some of the pictures that were deleted. It was all of them?”
What are your thoughts?