BLACKPINK’s Lisa made a splash after performing as one of the artists at the Crazy Horse Paris cabaret club.
The woman, born in 1997, performed with a number of shirtless female dancers. While she wears a thin and tight costume that only covers her intimate parts,
Criticism poured in from Korean and Chinese netizens who questioned the reason for BLACKPINK’s Lisa appearing at the Crazy Horse Paris cabaret club, which is attached to vulgar imagery.
In addition to criticism, many rumours have emerged that BLACKPINK’s Lisa will appear naked at the club.
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But recently, citing South Korean media, the perpetrator who spread unpleasant rumours related to Lisa’s appearance in Crazy House appeared and apologised.
“I apologise to Lisa and Lisa’s fans. I shouldn’t spread Lisa’s behind-the-scenes videos, nor should I use them to make money. I deeply admit my mistake, and this is an apology to Lisa. I’m sorry here; please forgive me, Lisa fans,” the perpetrator said.
Not only one, but several other perpetrators appeared and apologised for making manipulated AI videos like BLACKPINK’s Lisa, which spread to WeChat.
“Sorry, I apologise to Lisa and Lisa’s fans. I shouldn’t have made a manipulated AI video of Lisa sharing it on WeChat and profiting from it. I hope Lisa and her fans can forgive me. I apologise and appreciate everyone’s reminders,” said the second offender.
Meanwhile, another perpetrator made an apology video while kneeling in person for BLACKPINK’s Lisa and her fans.
“I’m here to apologise to Lisa and Lisa’s fans. I’m sorry; I shouldn’t embarrass and insult Lisa, nor should I spread misleading videos to make money. I had already realised my mistake and promised not to do this to Lisa again in the future. Moreover, Lisa is a very influential female idol. He shouldn’t be treated like this. I hope Lisa and her fans can forgive me. I truly know I was wrong and offer my sincere apologies.”