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Chinese fans slam BLACKPINK’s Jennie for allegedly ‘not giving 100%’ at BP’s Hong Kong stop

Female K-Pop idols truly have it rough every single time. If you were to ask who is the most hated one out of all of them, it would probably be BLACKPINK’s Jennie.

Just recently, the BLACKPINK member was bombarded with a lot of hate comments on Instagram from Chinese people. The reason: her alleged attitude problem and not giving her 100% energy during their concert stop at Hong Kong.

You can go ahead and check her most recent Instagram posts for the other comments from Chinese internet users themselves.

BLINKS on the other hand, are all up in solidarity with Jennie. They also noted that the ones that started the hate train towards the member didn’t even attend their concert in Hong Kong. They also started the tag “YG PROTECT JENNIE”, with some urging Jennie to leave the company immediately.

This hate campaign against BLACKPINK and other female idols have seriously gone too far, and mostly without basis. People online, regardless of nationality or background, should stop hiding behind fake names and just come clean with their faults.

The amount of criticisms they throw at idols is astounding, considering that these idols are also humans. Clearly, these people lack people skills and prefer spewing hate on people more successful than they are than fixing themselves and their attitude.

Also, grow up. You’ll never be as successful as these idols you always throw hate comments on.

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