Celebrating ‘Untalented’ KPOP Star, #BLACKPINK5thAnniversary. Did They Insult Hindu God?

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With new title How You Like That breaking the record for the most watched YouTube video inside 24 hours – and hitting No 2 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales after would-be official up-and-comer Kanye West – Blackpink is riding a rush of achievement. Yet, the K-pop young ladies haven’t stayed away from the investigation, debate and analysis that shows up with such a lot of consideration.

Does the How You Like That MV irritate the world’s most seasoned religion?

K-pop hotshots Blackpink’s How You Like That has been impacted for appropriating the Hindu religion. Photograph: @blackpinkofficial/InstagramK-pop geniuses Blackpink’s How You Like That has been impacted for appropriating the Hindu religion. Photograph: @blackpinkofficial/Instagram

K-pop geniuses Blackpink’s How You Like That has been impacted for appropriating the Hindu religion. Photograph: @blackpinkofficial/Instagram

With new delivery How You Like That breaking the record for the most watched YouTube video inside 24 hours – and hitting No 2 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales after would-be official applicant Kanye West – Blackpink is riding a rush of progress. In any case, the K-pop young ladies haven’t kept away from the examination, debate and analysis that shows up with such a lot of consideration.

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20 Jun 2020

Does the How You Like That MV annoy the world’s most seasoned religion?

How you like that? Well for a few, it was a no.

Thank you to all Indian and Non-Indian Kpop fans who supported us in our fight to safeguard our religion and culture, it wouldn’t be possible without everyone’s consistent efforts ️ #YGapologise#MyCultureIsNotYourAesthetic#BLACKPINKpic.twitter.com/i6OVLJAJDN

— Desi Kpopper (@DesiKpopper) June 29, 2020

The music video was hit with allegations of taking advantage of the Hindu religion only for the feel, when it showed a sculpture of the divinity Ganesha as a prop behind the scenes. One Twitter client even contended that, “We need to make them pay for corrupting our god for them to bring in cash,” while the Blackpink India fan bunch distributed an authority post censuring the trick.

An appeal was endorsed by 4,400 individuals requesting YG Entertainment bring down the video from YouTube and issue a conciliatory sentiment. Some saw another point of view; one Facebook remark said, “I felt glad that Lord Ganesha is being made well known through this famous music video”.

With the discussion warming up, YG altered the video through YouTube and, without losing the video’s noteworthy play check, concealed the questionable picture – almost certainly stirring up a lot of help for irritated fans.

With new delivery How You Like That breaking the record for the most watched YouTube video inside 24 hours – and hitting No 2 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales after would-be official up-and-comer Kanye West – Blackpink is riding a rush of achievement. Yet, the K-pop young ladies haven’t stayed away from the investigation, debate and analysis that shows up with such a lot of consideration.

Does the How You Like That MV irritate the world’s most seasoned religion?

K-pop hotshots Blackpink’s How You Like That has been impacted for appropriating the Hindu religion. Photograph: @blackpinkofficial/InstagramK-pop geniuses Blackpink’s How You Like That has been impacted for appropriating the Hindu religion. Photograph: @blackpinkofficial/Instagram

K-pop geniuses Blackpink’s How You Like That has been impacted for appropriating the Hindu religion. Photograph: @blackpinkofficial/Instagram

With new delivery How You Like That breaking the record for the most watched YouTube video inside 24 hours – and hitting No 2 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales after would-be official applicant Kanye West – Blackpink is riding a rush of progress. In any case, the K-pop young ladies haven’t kept away from the examination, debate and analysis that shows up with such a lot of consideration.

Prior to Blackpink and Gaga: the 6 greatest K-pop coordinated efforts

20 Jun 2020

Does the How You Like That MV annoy the world’s most seasoned religion?

How you like that? Well for a few, it was a no.

The music video was hit with allegations of taking advantage of the Hindu religion only for the feel, when it showed a sculpture of the divinity Ganesha as a prop behind the scenes. One Twitter client even contended that, “We need to make them pay for corrupting our god for them to bring in cash,” while the Blackpink India fan bunch distributed an authority post censuring the trick.

An appeal was endorsed by 4,400 individuals requesting YG Entertainment bring down the video from YouTube and issue a conciliatory sentiment. Some saw another point of view; one Facebook remark said, “I felt glad that Lord Ganesha is being made well known through this famous music video”.

With the discussion warming up, YG altered the video through YouTube and, without losing the video’s noteworthy play check, concealed the questionable picture – almost certainly stirring up a lot of help for irritated fans.

One of the greatest Korean public broadcasting stations, KBS, banned Blackpink’s music video Kill This Love in 2019 for Rosé not wearing a seat belt when driving – violating the back road’s traffic laws. The video portrays Rosé, overflowing with feeling, driving a car with a tag reading “conscience”, to the verses, “What would it be a good idea for me to do? I can’t stand myself being so weak”.

One fan reacted amusingly, commenting, “Hilarious haha but it’s valid, seat belts are important”.

KBS also has a history of refusing to air other music recordings for similar reasons, like Lee Hyori’s Chitty Bang.

Glorifying domestic violence

During advancement of the “Kill This Love” album, photos of the band individuals caused a mix as their faces had scratches and injuries that appeared to reference domestic abuse. Fans called out YG on Twitter for getting some unacceptable points across by using “abuse as an esthetic”, while others argued the image was an amazing way to address domestic violence and also hint at the toxic relationship in the melody’s verses.

Addressing the debate, one of the title melody’s makers and writers, Bekuh Boom, stood up. “This melody means such a great amount to me and I think it’s so incredible to such countless ladies AND men hurting in relationships. It’s unfortunate individuals are trying to transform the tune and its meaning into something negative. It was not written about domestic abuse, notwithstanding, there are many types of abuse in relationships,” she posted.

Korean is all about respecting the older folks, so when Blackpink’s manager drove an old man away because he was in their way, netizens went into a rage. The girls were at the Incheon International Airport, leaving for Fukuoka in 2018, and the manager drove away the man, who was trying to go across the road and yelled back in shock. Although it was the manager’s doing, the girls couldn’t avoid the backlash as they stood by uninterested while it all unfurled.

Showing up late

Blackpink have had a couple of tardies with the public noticing the girls arriving late to events. At the Adidas 70th anniversary celebration in 2019, David Beckham and Blackpink were supposed to appear at Seoul Time Square together, but it was delayed by one hour as Blackpink were 20 minutes late to the event.

Coming in late happens sometimes, but it caught the attention as fans started to guard the girls for not being late when there were journalists there covering an event. It is accounted for that a few journalists even left early instead of waiting for Blackpink.

Also at the Elle Style Award service in 2019, the comedian Jang Do-yeon attracted attention when she attempted to delay during her acceptance discourse – her imitations of Stevie Wonder’s singing voice an attempt to conceal for Blackpink coming in late.

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