BLACKPINK’s Jennie appears exhausted, requiring intravenous treatment throughout the Born Pink Osaka concert.
Prior to abruptly leaving the Born Pink Melbourne stage, Jennie’s health was unstable.
Recently, BLACKPINK released the documentary series B.P.M Roll, which revealed the training process, preparations, and behind-the-scenes moments of the Born Pink concert in Osaka, Japan. In this travel diary, observant BLINKs noticed Jennie’s health issues.
On June 3, the Born Pink Osaka concert took place, and Jennie clearly appeared tired and had to receive intravenous treatment. Earlier, when participating in the Chanel show in Tokyo, Jennie’s manager also stated that she had injured her hand. From May to early June this year, Jennie had the busiest schedule among the members, from touring with the group to attending important events such as the MET Gala, Cannes Film Festival, and fashion shows. Jennie continuously traveled to different countries, rehearsed performances, prepared costumes, and posed for magazine photoshoots.
On June 11, BLACKPINK performed in Melbourne, Australia. Due to her health condition, Jennie was absent from the final rehearsal on June 2. She still performed with her fellow members, but after three songs, Jennie suddenly retreated backstage. YG announced to fans that the health situation of the female idol was unstable. The intravenous treatment mark was still visible on Jennie’s hand. Less than a week later, during the Born Pink Sydney concert, while interacting with the audience, Jennie experienced bleeding from the injury. She quickly went down to the stage to receive bandaging and returned to perform.
Many fans of Jennie quickly discovered these details through B.P.M Roll, feeling deeply saddened by Jennie’s deteriorating health situation. In recent times, Jennie has been involved in controversy due to her sudden departure from the stage and her daring role in the movie “The Idol.” Many opinions have criticized the BLACKPINK rapper as lazy, unprofessional, and no longer “passionate” about being an idol.