Fans believe 'K-POP' lyrics is about The Weeknd having sex with Blackpink's Jennie and doing drugs on a yacht in Cannes and Saint Tropez KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, July 21, 2023

Fans believe 'K-POP' lyrics is about The Weeknd having sex with Blackpink's Jennie and doing drugs on a yacht in Cannes and Saint Tropez

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fans believe 'K-POP' lyrics is about The Weeknd having sex with Jeenie and doing drugs on a yacht in Cannes and Saint Tropez.

Today Bad Bunny, Travis Scott and The Weeknd released their new collaboration named “KPOP” 

The Weeknd’s verse in the song spiked interest of many fans and non fans as they believe the verse is about Jennie from Blackpink.

Travis Scott and the Weeknd have previously collaborated on “Power Is Power,” “Pray 4 Love,” “Wake Up,” and “Skeletons.” Scott also remixed Bad Bunny’s “Krippy Kush” in 2017.

Utopia, Scott’s upcoming album, is available for pre-order but no release date has been shared. It will mark his first album following the “mass casualty incident” at his 2021 Astroworld music festival in Houston where eight people died and others suffered injuries. (Two others died in the days following the festival, and a Texas grand jury recently declined to indict the rapper on criminal charges.) 

Last week, Scott announced a livestream performance scheduled to take place on July 28 in front of the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. There has been subsequent confusion over the event, however, with Egypt’s Musicians’ Syndicate stating that they would revoke any license needed to perform due, in part, to Scott's unspecified “rituals." Promoters Live Nation, however, have denied this and state that it will go ahead as planned.

In June a Texas grand jury cleared Scott and the Astroworld organizers of criminal wrongdoing following a crowd crush that killed 10 people at the 2021 festival.

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