According to a statement made by the group’s label on Monday morning, Rose, a member of the popular K-pop group BLACKPINK, has tested positive for Covid-19. According to the announcement, Lisa, Jisoo, and Jennie, the other three members of the group, have all tested negative. Lisa tested positive for Covid-19 in November of last year. Rose was due to fly overseas for her tour this week.
On Monday morning, the label in charge of the group was notified in a statement.
Rose of Blackpink has tested positive for Covid-19. The band’s management released a statement saying she isn’t showing any signs of illness.
“Before her overseas departure on February 28, Blackpink’s Rosé took a PCR test, and the results came back positive, causing a portion of her foreign activities to be cancelled,” the statement added. The other three members (Jisoo, Jennie, and Lisa) all tested negative, and no one, even Rosé, who was diagnosed with Covid-19, is exhibiting any symptoms.”
In November of last year, Lisa had tested positive for COVID-19 for the uninitiated. Rose had planned to travel overseas for her tour this week, but she has postponed it due to her condition. “As a result, she has had to cancel some of her travel plans.”
“All four members of Blackpink have finished their Covid-19 vaccine,” the statement said, “and we will prioritize the health of our artists and staff members and spare no effort [to ensure their safety].” If you could show your support for Rosé’s quick recovery as well as the BLACKPINK members that are active around the world, it would be fantastic. If there are any changes in the future, we will offer an update.”
Jisoo, Lisa, Jennie, and Rose of Blackpink debuted in 2016, three years after BTS. The girl band was the first girl band to reach number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 2 on the Billboard Hot 200, with Ice Cream. President Moon Jae-in of South Korea credited Blackpink with spreading K-pop material over the world in January 2021, hailing them as a worldwide K-Pop phenomenon. Jisoo made her acting debut in the controversial Disney Plus Hotstar show Snowdrop, which is now airing.
BLACKPINK was created in 2016 and their first single, Square One, was released the same year. They are the highest-charting female Korean act on the Billboard 100. Their 2020 studio album, The Album, is the first Korean female group to sell over a million copies. In January of last year, South Korean President Moon Jae-in praised the group for promoting K-pop material around the world.
They are the Billboard 100’s highest-charting female Korean musicians. The Album, their 2020 studio album, is the first Korean female group to sell over a million copies.
The BLACKPINK member’s Instagram account, which she started in June 2018, now has over 57.1 million followers. With this achievement, she has surpassed fellow BLACKPINK member Jennie as the second most-followed female Korean celebrity on Instagram, with 63.2 million followers. Lisa, on the other hand, has maintained her position as the most popular BLACKPINK member, with 74 million followers.
Meanwhile, Jisoo is taking a sabbatical from acting following the conclusion of his role in the Disney+ drama ‘Snowdrop,’ which he starred in last month. Snowdrop is a film directed by Jo Hyun-Tak and written by Yoo Hyun-mi. Jisoo portrayed a student who falls for Jung Hae-portrayal of a North Korean spy. In South Korea, the show has ended its run. Despite its popularity, the show was not without controversy. The show has been accused of misrepresenting the history of Korea’s 1987 student protests.
When Jisoo signed into Weverse and decided to communicate with the BLACKPINK fandom, they were in for a pleasant surprise. Late into the night, the singer, who was recently seen in Snowdrop, responded to countless comments from admirers all over the world. During her discussion, Jisoo appeared to be in high spirits as she talked about food, video games, and other topics. A few BLINKS were struggling to remain up and keep up with her due to the time and her repeated responses.
A fan even shared a message with the artist, informing her that she was giving up and going to bed. Jisoo, on the other hand, was not about to let her admirers off the hook so easily. “I didn’t raise weak Blinks,” Jisoo declared, in her characteristic tongue-in-cheek attitude. Fans reacted to her response in a variety of ways. While many were in splits, a few expressed gratitude for her encouragement.