BLACKPINK UPDATE – April 25, 2019.
KBS bans BLACKPINK Kill This Love music video for broadcasting due to traffic law violation.
According to Koreaboo, KBS recently shared their music video deliberation results for the fourth week of April, one of which was the disqualification of BLACKPINK hit MV, “Kill This Love”.
Since KBS has been known to be quite strict in terms of regulations, the disqualification might not have been too surprising to some, but what is catching many netizens off guard is the fact that the reason for its disqualification was traffic law violation.
In order to uncover the reason behind the MV’s disqualification, it appears that netizens have been looking through the MV and suspecting that it might have to do with Rosé‘s driving scene.
You can watch the details here:
Last year, during BLACKPINK Square Up comeback, KBS also banned BLACKPINK “See U Later.” It has been deemed unfit due to cursing, slang and vulgar expressions.
Lets see BLINKS reaction to this issue:
Rosé’s acting was too good they had to remove the video. Oscar-bagged pic.twitter.com/ICk2hmx6eT— 😁 사마재이 😁 (@EmoTrassh) April 25, 2019
just nod and smile y'all pic.twitter.com/MmLN2avjhM— ben (@rosieagenda) April 25, 2019
Korea Banning Station 😂😂😂 They'll ban almost every YG songs— æօղ 🔪💔 (@engr_Blink) April 25, 2019
like even AKMU Galaxy because it's same as Samsung's 😂😂😂
What the fuck and funny korean netizen and media… There is the different between real and fantasy. 😆 . If that the reason then ban all music video coz there is a lot of wrongdoing happen if compare in real.— nenenkeras (@nenentegap) April 25, 2019
Girl can't even drive in real life and kbs is ticketing her 💀 poor Rosie.— Eunbyul 🔪💔#KILLTHISLOVE (@La_Vie_en_Rosie) April 25, 2019
This is why the girls are happier in America… FREEEDOM!— sjg (@happenwithme) April 25, 2019
crying is not allowed when driving, it's too dangerous 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣— Henry L. (@henrylaucf) April 25, 2019