‘Taste that VENOM’: K-Pop Fans Unite Against Racists as BLACKPINK Creates History, Lisa Wins Best K-Pop at MTV VMAs 2022

South Korean girl group BLACKPINK has again created history with their youngest member Lisa, this time at the VMAs. These girls recently made their comeback after two long years with their single Pink Venom from the unreleased second studio album Born Pink. The group consisting of four members: Jennie, Jisoo, Rose, and Lisa, having made their appearance at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards and have hyped up the show with their newly released single.

K-Pop sensation Blackpink
K-Pop sensation BLACKPINK

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The girls are often regarded as the “biggest girl group in the world” and  have achieved many laurels since their debut and recently made history with their new comeback single Pink Venom. Not only that, the group’s maknae(the youngest member of the group) Lisa has made history with her debut single track LALISA.

BLACKPINK Lisa Made History At The VMAs 2022

BLACKPINK Lisa Wins Best K-Pop at MTV VMA Awards 2022

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Lalisa Manoban who is popularly known for her stage name Lisa made her solo debut with the title track ‘LALISA’ from her first mini album back in September 2021. That track helped BLACKPINK’s maknae dominate various charts, including the record of the fastest music video surpassing 500 million views by a female K-pop soloist.

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The singer has again made history by becoming the first female solo artist to win the Best K-Pop award at the MTV Video Music Awards. After accepting the award, she gave a shoutout to her fellow group members and Blinks (BLACKPINK fans) stating, “Blinks, you’re like the most important ones. Thank you so much for making this happen.”

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Blackpink Pink Venom
Blackpink’s Pink Venom

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Apart from the group’s maknae, the group collectively bagged the award for Best Metaverse Performance for their PUBG collaboration Ready For Love from their second studio album BORN PINK. While the girls were appreciated for their efforts, their maknae was being criticized online for snagging the award for the Best K-Pop for her solo song, LALISA, with many stating that it was unfair. Lisa had always been the center of all malicious comments due to her nationality (Thai) with many even stating, that the singer being Thai, won the best K-Pop.

Not only that, many even criticized her for being an Asian, who won the award suggesting that they shall make different categories for the same. However, Blinks came to her rescue and supported the artist with their heartfelt congratulatory messages.

The girls have rocked the American stage with their PINK VENOM while this song is going viral and has already surpassed 200 million views on YouTube. The group’s upcoming second studio album Born Pink will be released on September 16, 2022, which has sold over 2 million copies in pre-orders making it the first album by a K-pop female act to achieve the milestone. This will be followed by their world tour, “BORN PINK” which will begin in October in Seoul this year and will end on June 2023 in New Zealand.

Source: Twitter

Priya Sharma
Priya Sharma

Priya Sharma is an entertainment niche content writer at Animated Times. A Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the University of Lucknow, she holds experience in event management too. She has a healthy(?) obsession with the Hallyu culture and is also exploring anime as well. When not working, she indulges herself in binge-watching K-dramas, playing Ukulele, and trying to seek the attention of her cute buddy, Shiro.

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