BLACKPINK’s contract with YG is set to expire in August this year. During this period, the public focused on the four members, eagerly waiting to see if the group would re-sign with the management company. Recently, on the evening of July 10th, Nanyang Siang Pau (Malaysia) unexpectedly reported that Rosé is the only member who has decided to extend her contract until now.
Sources indicate that Jisoo does not want to re-sign, while Lisa is currently in negotiations with YG, but she herself wants to “move on.” The article from Nanyang Siang Pau’s reporter made no mention of Jennie. Previously, bloggers on Weibo (China) simultaneously shared information that Jennie wanted to end her contract with the management company.
The news that Rosé is the only member to re-sign with YG has left many BLACKPINK fans concerned and worried about the group’s future. In addition, many fans doubt the accuracy of the news above, as up to the present moment, the Korean media has not reported on the matter.
Malaysian media reports that Rosé is the only member of BLACKPINK to decide to stay with YG.
On the morning of July 11th, Jisoo officially appeared at Incheon Airport after news circulated that she did not want to re-sign with YG. It is known that she is catching a flight to France to prepare for the Born Pink concert happening over the weekend. In front of the cameras, the singer born in 1995 showcased her lovely beauty and radiant smile, captivating fans. Notably, Jisoo remained fresh, composed, and showed no noteworthy expression amidst the ongoing news about the contract with YG.
Jisoo donned a simple yet standout outfit, transforming the airport into a catwalk.
The female idol scored points for her friendliness towards reporters and the presence of fans at the airport.
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