Fans Celebrate Reports BLACKPINK’s Lisa Offered $81 Million To Leave YG Entertainment
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With BLACKPINK’s contract with YG Entertainment set to expire in August, whether the band members will renew their deal with the talent agency has been the subject of much discussion on social media.
While YG Entertainment said that he intends to renew the group’s contract, reports have surfaced that it won’t be easy as the members are offered much higher salary other labels.
An earlier rumor surfaced that although the members will remain as a group, they plan to follow in the footsteps of BIGBANG member Taeyang, who signed a contract with The Black Label agency. As of this writing, none of the parties involved have confirmed any of the reports.
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Recent reports that Lisa has been offered 100 billion KRW (about $81 million) by a foreign company to change labels have fueled concerns about BLACKPINK’s upcoming disbandment.
BLINKS, the official fandom of the popular girl group, remains convinced that the members would stick together and have majority support expressed for members if they decide to change agencies.
“I think they would renew but I wish they would go to better companies,” one fan said.
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“I wish they could renew because I want to see BLACKPINK together for a long time,” another wrote.
Meanwhile, “Lisa Leave YG” has become a trending topic on social media after a number of Lisa’s fans urged her to leave YG Entertainment.
The posts are said to be from Lisa fans who believe the company has repeatedly abused the member in the past.
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BLACKPINK members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa, who are currently on their “Born Pink World Tour”, are set to headline Coachella 2023 in April, making them the first K-pop group to headline the music Festival.
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