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Xian Gaza hopes to score a date with BLACKPINK’s Jennie with a billboard in South Korea, and fans are not happy

By Hannah Mallorca Published Oct 31, 2021 6:47 pm

Remember Xian Gaza, the man who caught the attention of the internet when he asked out Erich Gonzales through a billboard in 2017? Or the man who’s popular in our local meme culture, because of his signature catchphrase “nyeam?” 

Well, the social media personality is at it again with another lavish invite to win the heart of BLACKPINK’s Jennie with a billboard invitation in South Korea. 

Gaza showed the billboard invite on his Facebook page on Saturday, Oct. 30. The invitation showed a photo of him wearing a tuxedo with the words, “Kim Jennie Ruby Jane, you are my ultimate crush. Can I take you out to dinner and make me the happiest man alive.”

Gaza admitted that he didn’t know how to contact the BLACKPINK member so he opted to ask her out with a billboard invitation. 

“I don't know how to contact her kaya pina-billboard ko na lang sa puso ng South Korea, (a) few kilometers away from BLACKPINK's YG headquarters. I hope she will say yes,” he added.

In a separate post, the social media personality clarified that he didn’t violate any laws with his lavish billboard invitation. He also shared that he submitted the billboard for approval “two weeks ago.”

Gaza went on to state that his billboard was “approved” because it didn’t contain photos of Jennie’s face. Despite his clarification about the billboard invitation, the majority of BLACKPINK’s fans are not happy with Gaza’s gesture. 

Twitter user @soooyeah_ said Gaza “wasted” his money because Jennie is in Los Angeles, California, as of this writing.

Gaza first gained attention on social media after earning mixed reactions from his commissioned billboard invitation for Gonzales in 2017. The actress, however, rejected his invitation

The social media personality was arrested in 2018 over a P2.6 million investment scam.