Here Are 20+ Times When BLACKPINK Proved Themselves To Be LGBTQIA+ Allies

BLACKPINK continually give love back to the LGBTQIA+ community!🏳️‍🌈

BLACKPINK is one of the biggest K-Pop groups ever, and for a good reason. The girls are not only incredibly talented individuals but kind and caring. Their music continually empowers BLINKs as well, particularly those in the LGBTQIA+ community, which the members themselves have been openly supportive of. Like MONSTA X, they have been approved as allies to the LGBTQIA+ community and, as a result, have had their music played at pride events.

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♬ Kill This Love – BLACKPINK

Despite the criticism that they may face and the stigma surrounding the topic in South Korea, BLACKPINK continues to be the people we all know and love by giving love back to the community. Here are 20+ times when BLACKPINK proved themselves to be LGBTQIA+ allies…

1. When BLACKPINK changed their lights to rainbow during pride month at their Australia concert in 2019

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2. When Jisoo said that gender doesn’t matter

3. When Rosé wore rainbow Burberry sweatpants

Rosé wore the limited-edition rainbow-coated version of the Archive Logo Sweatpants from Burberry, costing $650 USD. Upon release of the rainbow collection, Burberry also donated to made donations to organizations devoted to LGBTQ+ rights, such as The Trevor Project, The Albert Kennedy Trust, and the ILGA.

4. Jisoo’s adorable reaction to a BLINK telling her about their girlfriend

5. When BLACKPINK accepted a BLINK’s pride flag at their concert in Manila, Philippines, in 2019


aquí está completo, blackpink con la bandera lgbt+🏳️‍🌈 #blackpink #lisa #jennie #jisoo #rosé #lgbt #fyp #foryou


6. When Rosé didn’t change the pronouns of the lyrics in “Livin’ la Vida Loca” when she was on King of Masked Singer

When Rosé was on King of Masked Singer, she sang “Livin’ la Vida Loca” by gay singer Ricky Martin. Originally released before he had come out, the lyrics are directed towards a woman. When Rosé sang the song, she kept the original female pronouns.


7. When Jisoo wore rainbow boots during pride month

Jisoo | @gaysoo95/Twitter & YG Entertainment

8. When Lisa and Jisoo both had pride flag nails in “As If It’s Your Last,” MV

From left: Lisa and Jisoo | @westsidejeon/Twitter & YG Entertainment

9. When Jennie wore Dolce & Gabanna’s rainbow dress in “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” MV

Jennie wore the Rainbow Corset & Gown from Dolce & Gabanna in the music video for “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du.”

Jennie | @ChimStyle__k/Twitter & Dolce & Gabanna & YG Entertainment

10. Every time Jisoo proudly referred to herself as “King Jisoo”

Jisoo | @gaysoo95/Twitter & VLIVE

11. Rosé’s wholesome reaction to a fan giving her a plush that had been gifted by her girlfriend

While in the United States, a female fan gifted Rosé a stuffed animal, saying that it was originally given to her by their girlfriend on one of their first dates. Rosé immediately asked who the girlfriend was and, in response, said, “Aw, that is so cute.” Knowing the great sentimental value, she cautiously asked if it was okay for her to keep it.


rosé supports lgbt+ 😌 stop using religion to justify your homophobia. #blackpink #rosé #lisa #jisoo #jennie #lgbt #parkchaeyoung #blink #fyp #wlw #bp

♬ Lovesick Girls – BLACKPINK

12. Jennie and Jisoo both wearing Adidas’ “Love Is Love” clothing and promoting on their social media accounts

Jisoo | Adidas & sooyaaa__/Instagram
Jennie | Adidas & @jennierubyjane/Instagram

13. Jisoo regularly wearing LGBTQ+, menswear, and androgynous fashion

Jisoo has worn a few pieces from brands’ pride collections, including Adidas and Balenciaga.

Jisoo | @gaysoo95/Twitter & Adidas & YG Entertainment
| @gaysoo95/Twitter & Balenciaga
| @pinkveIvt/Twitter

Jisoo wore a shirt that featured a photo of lesbian feminist Sandra Brant in BLACKPINK’s music video for “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du.“

| @gaysoo95/Twitter

It was also revealed that Jisoo participated in the creative process of her “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” scenes. She said that she wanted to give an androgynous vibe.

| @gaysoo95/Twitter

Jisoo has also said that there is “no gender in clothes.”

| @gaysoo95/Twitter & VLIVE CHANNEL+

Jisoo has been seen wearing many pieces from menswear, further proving her statement.

| @gaysoo95/Twitter
| BLACKPINK CLOSET & @gaysoo95/Twitter

14. Lisa’s love for Troye Sivan and Kehlani

Lisa has frequently shared her love for music artists Troye Sivan and Kehlani, who are both members of the LGBTQ+ community, on her YouTube channel. In 2018, she posted a vlog, using Sivan’s “Youth” as the background music, on National Coming Out Day.

| @lisaschaeng/Twitter & @lalalisa_m/Instagram

She has also done a dance cover of Kehlani’s “Good Thing.”

15. When Jennie had rainbow nails

| @pinkveIvt/Twitter

16. When Jisoo recommended books that are centered on LGBT+ characters to BLINKs

| @gaysoo95/Twitter & VLIVE CHANNEL+
| @gaysoo95/Twitter & VLIVE CHANNEL+


17. When Jennie said, “Love isn’t about the gender.”

In a now-deleted video for MBC Show Champion Pre-Recording, Jennie explained that love could be between people of any gender. She is truly an LGBTQIA+ ally!

I don’t think it (love) necessarily has to be directed with a guy… Love isn’t about the gender; it’s how you feel to that person. Being attractive to different genders is something that we shouldn’t close.

— Jennie

Jennie | YG Entertainment

18. When Jisoo changed their debut song’s title to “BOOMBAYAH” after it was originally titled “OPPAYAH” because she didn’t want their song to be about them looking for an oppa

19. When Jennie accepted a female fan’s proposal 

20. Jisoo’s Instagram posts

Jisoo has posted a couple of posts that could be interpreted to mean she is showing her support for the LGBTQIA+ community. She has previously posted a picture of a rainbow. She also posted a photo of herself wearing a rainbow jacket with a simple caption of heart emojis in various colors.

Jisoo | @sonofJenLisa/Twitter & @sooyaaa__/Instagram

On her Instagram Story, she has posted a picture of what appears to be refracted light, possibly created by a prism. Its colors and design appeared very reminiscent of the bisexual pride flag.

| @sonofJenLisa/Twitter & @sooyaaa__/Instagram & @Jisoostagram_/Twitter

For more LGBTQIA+ allied groups, check out the article below:

Here Are 22 Times When MAMAMOO Proved Themselves To Be LGBTQIA+ Allies

Source: girlisassy, KBIZOOM, Twitter (1) and (2), Elle and Image


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