YG Responds To Blinks' Petition For BLACKPINK's Comeback
Karen Jane Ng
Let BLACKPINK do a full album, more than one comeback per year, collaborate with other artists, attend award shows, and have Jisoo, Lisa, and Rosé release their solos—that's what YG Entertainment are being called out for by Blinks.
On December 16, fans of the k-pop group sent a petition truck signed "BLINKS DEMAND FOR BLACKPINK" to the record label's company.
Blinks have officially become the first fandom to take on a company. You have proven that we are not to be messed with & we will go to any limit for our girls#YG는_블링크의_요구사항을_들어주세요#BLINKSDemandForBLACKPINK @ygofficialblinkpic.twitter.com/noSHLaJlUe
— J (@SupermanR3turns) December 16, 2019
YG responded to the concerns via Twitter: "YG is all ears when it comes to fans' concern regarding BLACKPINK as well as all of our artists. BLACKPINK is at the last leg of 2019-20 world tour consisting of 32 concerts in 4 continents, 23 cities with now ending with Japan dome tour. At the same time, they are working hard at the studio for their new album."
They then asked for the Blinks' continued support and promised their "absolute best" to give the "best music YG has to offer."
— YG FAMILY (@ygent_official) December 16, 2019
BP made their last comeback in April 2019 with "Kill This Love."