Jennie Kim, the lead singer of the K-pop girl group Jennie blackpink had to leave the stage during a ‘Born Pink’ tour show in Melbourne.
As the 9-leg concert tour of the all-girls K-pop band went on, the rapper and singer Jennie had to leave the stage in the middle of the Sunday show in Melbourne, Australia, because her health was getting worse.
After the singer left the show early, the band’s management company, YG Entertainment, said sorry on her behalf.
“During the BlackPink WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] IN MELBOURNE show on June 11 (today), she [Jennie] couldn’t be on stage until the end because she was sick. We’re sorry to the fans who came to the place to support BlackPink, and we ask for your understanding,” said the message that the agency posted on the WeVerse site for fans.
It also said, “Jenny was willing to keep going with the performance until the end, but she took steps right away to make sure she had enough rest and stability based on the advice of medical staff on the spot.” Jenny felt bad that she couldn’t stay with her friends until the end, and she promised to get better quickly.
After the update, millions of her fans took to social media to express their worry and hope that the singer will get better soon.
About the “Born Pink” tour: It started in October of last year and will go on until August of this year. It will visit 21 countries and four continents. After their shows in Australia this week, the girls will go to France next month for their second European trip.
The K-pop star also just recently made her acting debut in the HBO show “The Idol” under the name Jennie Ruby Jane. Fans and reviewers alike liked her performance as Dyanne, a back-up dancer for pop star Jocelyn.