The Weibo accounts of BLACKPINK's Lisa and two Chinese actresses were reportedly suspended following the K-pop star's five-show performance at the Crazy House nightclub in Paris last September.
Fans noticed the absence of Lisa's personal account, with the username @lalalalisa_m, on the Chinese social media platform on Wednesday, Nov. 1. The account has eight million followers.
“This account is no longer accessible due to complaints that it violated laws, regulations, and the relevant provisions of the ‘Weibo Community Convention,” the notice read.
The platform didn’t specify which rules were violated by the K-pop idol, but fans have speculated that this is because of her burlesque show in late September, where she performed Miss Astra, Miss Astra Is Back, Crisis? What Crisis!?!, and But I’m A Good Girl.
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According to a The Straits Times report, China has been strict in regulating the fan culture, including “vulgar and obscene” content, as part of their efforts to “ensure the younger generation become motivated, patriotic and productive workers.”
Apart from Lisa, actresses Angelababy, whose real name is Angela Wing, and Zhang Jiani were also restricted in the same platform for allegedly attending Lisa’s shows. Crazy Horse reportedly posted on Instagram that Angelababy did not watch the show.
The concerned parties, including BLACKPINK's agency YG Entertainment, are yet to address the issue.
Lisa debuted as a K-pop idol in 2016 as part of the girl group BLACKPINK alongside Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie. She had her solo debut in 2021 with hit songs Lalisa and Money.