BLACKPINK Lisa’s IG ‘Terrorized’ After ‘Crazy Horse’ Performance Announcement— But ‘Chinese’ Fans Speak Out Against THIS

BLACKPINK’s Lisa has found herself at the center of controversy following the announcement of her performance at ‘Crazy Horse.’

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While this news initially set the internet abuzz, it quickly turned sour as alleged Chinese netizens took to social media to express their disappointment.

Lisa’s Upcoming “Crazy Horse” Performance Sparks Outpouring of Negative Comments and Criticism

Lisa’s official Instagram account was inundated with negative comments and criticism, marking a surprising and concerning reaction to her upcoming performance.

Alleged

(Photo : twitter|@guidetomc@)

Alleged

(Photo : twitter|@guidetomc@)

The backlash extended to Weibo, where Lisa faced severe criticism from some Chinese netizens.

Alleged

(Photo : instagram@lalalalisa_m@)

Over the past two days, ‘Lisa’ and ‘Crazy Horse’ have become trending keywords on Weibo’s hot search list, amassing millions of mentions. The controversy has even led to the closure of some of Lisa’s Chinese fan sites.

Alleged Chinese netizens expressed their disappointment, with some commenting:

  • “World-class idols have countless teenage fans, and yet they perform at a strip club.”
  • “Fans often complain about stylists for dressing provocatively, but the idols themselves go dance at strip clubs in barely-there outfits.”
  • “Lisa used to say she didn’t dare to post bikini photos because she was afraid her mom would see them. Now her mom doesn’t care anymore? Lisa’s reputation has taken a hit.”
  • “Being sexy and confident is fine, but having a top idol perform at a place like Crazy Horse is not acceptable!”
  • “Why did strip clubs become a ‘symbol of women’s pride and freedom’?”
  • “After participating in this show, every time Lisa performs, people will bring up this strip club show.”

C-Lilies, Chinese Fans, Defend BLACKPINK Lisa on Twitter, Refuting Claims of a Hate Campaign

Amid this wave of criticism, some Chinese fans, affectionately known as C-Lilies, took to Twitter to defend Lisa and counter the negativity.

BLACKPINK Lisa

(Photo : twitter|@crazyhorseparis@)

BLACKPINK Lisa

(Photo : twitter|@crazyhorseparis@)

They rallied support for the idol and called out what they believed to be a targeted hate campaign:

  • “Ignore that tweet! We know that Chinese locals love Lisa. It’s that particularly girly Chinese subfandom that is trying to make a viral hate campaign against Lisa in China! Real Chinese locals love Lisa so much!”
  • “If we go and ask real Chinese locals who went to the BP concert, they would praise Lisa more than the supposed musicians in that group!”
  • “Lilies please leave positive comments under Lisa’s latest IG post. ANTIs are camping there pretending to be Lisa’s Chinese fans trying to sway opinions and throw Lisa under the bus.”
  • “Chinese Lisa fans have been the most supportive since the beginning. Let’s not spread rumors. It’s just trolls and haters who are starting drama. One fansite leaving doesn’t mean anything. Everyone is hyped for Crazy Horse, and all reactions have been positive except the usual antis.”
  • “Lisa is amazing; this is art. It’s all a matter of how people perceive it, right?”
  • “YG is known for buying weibo trends for their new gg member to promote them in China. It is them again this time behind the smear campaign trying for the nth time to divide Lisa’s Chinese fanbase by spreading these fake narratives about the show.
    I will always support you, Lisa.” 

As the controversy unfolds, it remains to be seen how Lisa and her fans will navigate this challenging moment in her career.

Neither between Lisa and her agency has released a statement with regards to this controversy.