BLACKPINK Lisa‘s solo debut is finally almost here, and it seems like fellow member Rosé is just as excited about it as fans are. The sweetheart main vocalist just sent her love to her main dancer bestie with a support truck delivery to Lisa’s music video set.
It’s been two years and nine months since YG Entertainment announced that all four BLACKPINK members were set to debut as soloists, but Lisa’s turn is finally here. The company confirmed that Lisa was hard at work on her album a few months ago, and while the exact release date is yet to be revealed, it definitely seems to be close.
After Korean media outlet OSEN dropped rumors that Lisa was filming her solo music video last week, support truck company Haeridan Coffee Truck has let slip that it’s definitely underway—by showing off a sweet gesture from Rosé.
In a series of now-deleted photos posted on Instagram, Haeridan revealed that Rosé sent Lisa and her music video staff a food truck full of free coffee and churros while they’re hard at work.
Each cupholder features a sticker with an adorable selfie of Rosé and Lisa underneath text reading, “Nallalisa, Longdalisa, Lalalalisa, I love you <3“—referring to three of Lisa’s nicknames. Nallalisa is a nickname Jisoo gave Lisa, Longdalisa means “long-legged Lisa,” and Lalalalisa refers to the star’s Instagram username, @lalalalisa_m.
On the truck’s banner, Rosé sent a lengthy message of support, cheering on both Lisa and the staff.
Lisa! Eat a lot of churros and go work the cameras! ㅎㅎㅎ stay strong, I love you. ♡
Also, for all of the hardworking staff, please eat these churros and stay strong! Fighting!
Director Seo, fighting! I miss you so much director!! ㅠㅠ ♡
— Rosé’s food truck
It looks like the aforementioned Director Seo is likely Seo Hyun Seung, who has already directed numerous BLACKPINK music videos (from “BOOMBAYAH” to “Lovesick Girls”) as well as 2NE1 and BIGBANG productions.
Haeridan is one of the most popular premium coffee truck providers among South Korean celebrities. Recently, they’ve also provided trucks for Lee Sang Yeob and Kim Ga Eun on the set of MBC‘s On the Verge of Insanity, Girl’s Day‘s Hyeri on the set of KBS2‘s When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon, and Park Seo Joon on the set of movie Concrete Utopia.
It seems Haeridan is also one of Rosé’s favorites too since this isn’t the first time she’s sent one of their trucks. Back in December last year, she sent a Haeridan coffee truck to Jisoo to support her debut lead K-Drama role as Eun Young Cho in JTBC‘s Snowdrop.
On the truck’s main banner, Rosé wrote, “Everyone!! Please look after our Jisoo well! I wish you the best, Snowdrop!” Touched, Jisoo revealed on Instagram that Rosé’s support truck was the very first one she’s ever received.
Stay tuned for more details on Lisa’s solo debut!