Jennie Kim, a member of K-pop group Blackpink, had to leave the stage partway through their Melbourne gig due to feeling unwell. The group were forced to cancel the set after “Pink Venom” star Jennie’s “deteriorating condition”; she was seen needing support from the stage before leaving. Jennie is recovering and is expected to join Blackpink for their next show.
Jennie Kim, a member of K-pop group Blackpink, had to pull out of a Melbourne gig after suffering from a “deteriorating condition”, but is recovering and expected to join the group’s tour again soon.
Jennie Kim, one of the members of the K-pop group Blackpink, suffered a deteriorating condition while performing at their “Born Pink” tour in Melbourne, Australia on June 11. The group was forced to stop their set after Jennie, who is 27 years old, began to feel unwell. In a statement, YG Entertainment, the group’s management company, said that Jennie had expressed strong determination to complete the performance but was unable to do so due to her condition. The singer was seen on footage shared online, breathing heavily and relying on support from the stage setup before exiting the stage halfway through the gig.
Jennie, who has been on tour with the bandmates Lalisa, Jisoo and Rosé since October 2021, is currently recovering and is expected to join the trio for their next show. Despite her health complications while on tour, Jennie recently made her acting debut in the HBO drama series “The Idol” produced by Sam Levinson, starring Lily Rose-Depp and Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye, which aired two episodes so far.
The show got negative criticism from viewers who were horrified by a controversial sex scene that aired on June 13. The scene showed Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye saying obscene phrases to a woman while she stuck her fingers in her mouth. The drama series was blasted as “comically bad”. However, despite criticism, Depp, who stars in the series and showed a lot of images of her “breast” and “ass”, maintained a positive attitude and spoke highly of her co-star Abel after the show’s debut at the Cannes Film Festival.
Jennie’s health status has since become a concern for Blackpink fans, who have been sending well wishes on social media platforms, hoping for a speedy recovery. The extent of Jennie’s condition has not been revealed, but Blackpink’s management has promised to give updates on her condition with fans. Fans have also expressed disappointment that they were not able to see Jennie perform on the night and wished her a safe and quick recovery.