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Thursday, November 2, 2023

Celine and Bvlgari remove Lisa pictures on their Chinese Weibo accounts

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Celine and Bvlgari have removed all Lisa's pictures on their Chinese Weibo accounts. 

Celine and Bvlgari remove all pictures of Lisa on their Chinese Weibo. 

Earlier, it was reported that luxury brands are distancing themselves from BLACKPINK’s Lisa. In the article, it was reported that BVLGARI‘s CEO had deleted a photo of Lisa and himself. 

Now, TV Report has released an article claiming that designer brands that Lisa has been associated with have been deleing pictures of the K-pop idol. BVLGARI CEO also deleted pictures of himself with the 26-year-old. Moreover, CELINE and BVLGARI have allegedly hidden or deleted all their posts with Lisa from their accounts in China.

While the reason behind the same is not confirmed yet, reports claim that this might be the after-effect of Lisa’s involvement in the burlesque show, especially when the Chinese market makes up over 20% of sales of luxury goods across the globe. For the unversed, the involvement of celebrities in such shows is often considered as a violation in China. This has come after Lisa’s Weibo account, the biggest social media platform in China, suddenly vanished.

However, one must note that brands distancing themselves from Lisa might be as her contract with her agency, YG Entertainment ended a few months back, and the renewal process is currently under discussion. Also, BVLGARI is a part of LVMH, whose heir is Lisa’s rumored boyfriend, Frederic Arnault.

Those reports were soon corroborated by new reports stating that CELINE and BVLGARI’s Chinese accounts had deleted all traces of the idol.

The drastic measures follow backlash stemming from Lisa’s Crazy Horse performance. Recently, Lisa’s Weibo account has also been terminated, and Chinese celebrities who attended the performance are said to be facing consequences.

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