YG Entertainment Announces BLACKPINK Will No Longer Be Accepting Gifts from Fans

Beginning on October 12, BLACKPINK will not be accepting anymore gifts from fans aside from fan letters.

Keep on reading to know more.

YG Entertainment Announces BLACKPINK Will Not Accept Gifts from Fans Anymore

On October 12, BLACKPINK's label, YG Entertainment, posted a new announcement through YG Family's notice page, revealing that from here on out, BLACKPINK will no longer be accepting gifts sent by fans for special occasions, except for fan letters.

Read YG Entertainment's full statement here:

Hello, this is the manager in charge of the fan support [for BLACKPINK].

We would like to make an announcement to the fans who always gives BLACKPINK their support and for whom we a grateful to regarding fan support.

This year, BLACKPINK celebrated their fifth debut anniversary and, have once again, received more congratulations from fans than they could ever ask for. After the BLACKPINK members discussed for a long time regarding the issue of fan support and gifts that the fans have poured their hearts into preparing these past years, we are making this difficult announcement.

We will no longer be accepting fan support or mailed gifts that fans prepare in order to celebrate special occasions, such as anniversaries (BLACKPINK's debut anniversary, solo debut anniversaries, birthdays), broadcasts (radio, music, or variety shows), and concerts (wreaths, snacks).

We would be grateful if the gifts and fan support that you prepare to convey your love and to celebrate these occasions would be given to places where they are more needed. Apart from fan letters, please keep in mind that mailed gifts or delivered packages will either be returned or thrown away. We ask for fans' understanding and cooperation.

This policy will be implemented as of October 12, 2021.

With the support of their fans, BLACKPINK will continue pursuing a wider variety of activities in the future, and work hard to become even cooler artists. Please continue to show them lots of love and interest.

Thank you.

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BLACKPINK's 'BOOMBAYAH' Surpasses 300 Million Streams on Spotify

In other news, BLACKPINK has reached another milestone on Spotify!

As of October 9, the four-member group's debut song, "BOOMBAYAH," has surpassed 300 million streams on the major music platform, Spotify. This marks BLACKPINK's seventh song to reach the mark, following "How You Like That," "Kill This Love," "DDU-DU DDU-DU," "Ice Cream," "As If It's Your Last," and Jennie's solo song "SOLO."

As of this writing, "BOOMBAYAH" currently has 300,691,233 streams. BLACKPINK is also currently the 30th most-followed artist globally and second most-followed Korean artist on the platform, having 25.2 million followers and 14.3 monthly listeners on Spotify.

Congratulations to BLACKPINK!

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Written by Robyn Joan

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