BLACKPINK Jennie revealed the truth about the life of a K-pop idol in an interview.


BLACKPINK Jennie frankly spoke about the physical and mental health problems she faces in the competitive world of the K-pop industry.

As time passed, netizens became more aware of the dark side of the industry, and idols weren’t shy about revealing the hardships they faced.

BLACKPINK Jennie is one of the celebrities who recently disclosed her status.

Blackpink is the third female band to grace the cover of Rolling Stone. In addition, each member has their own story, so in the photos taken, Jennie showed off her warm visual. She answered questions about work on different subjects.

What did Jenny say about the deceptive world of K-pop in a Rolling Stone interview?

Jennie was asked during an interview about one of the most pressing issues. It’s no wonder that idols say she’s “I wonder how she’s doing in good health these days.”

It has become especially important to Jenny after her last tour in 2020, she explained. She didn’t want her fans to worry, she explained, so she never explained why to her fans. But now she felt it was appropriate.

“After the last world tour, I was very sick mentally and physically. [in 2020].” “I don’t want to give the fans too much information,” she explained.

However, Jennie did not go into detail about her love for Blink, but said that it was a difficult time because the team was always full and all the members collapsed.

In particular, it seems to have had a strong physical effect on Jenny. Being too young, the band did not know how to take care of themselves during this period. Jenny’s immune system was compromised by the trip.

The hit K-pop artist said that all of the band members, who were in their early 20s at the time, according to the solo singer, did their best in the early days. Sleep disturbances and irregular eating cycles, along with other bad habits, have become the norm. This has been going on for a long time.

For a rookie idol group, the year of formation is important. To avoid getting lost in the void, the market requires groups to provide content, especially music, on a regular basis. Entertainment, vlogs, and online series are behind the scenes, but still require regular shooting.

Jenny’s mental illness?

BLACKPINK Jennie answered positively when asked if she had ever asked anyone for help. “It’s very important to stay healthy,” she added. She even said that her immune system got so weak during her travels that she became allergic to things she only touched. In 2022, Jenny understands that her healthy body is a happy Jenny.

But this isn’t the first time Jenny has spoken about her grievances. She and Lisa talked about the most difficult time as her trainees in her group interview. Jenny said in her interview that she “we were in survival mode,” and in the interview, she likened the process of becoming an idol to her survival program.

Jenny seems to have found the best way to keep her body and mind healthy despite her busy schedule ahead of her return.

Ankita Khanra

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Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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