Lisa's striptease detractors prompt mother to quit Instagram

By Nguyen Huong   October 2, 2023 | 08:57 pm PT
Chitthip Brüschweiler, the mother of Blackpink’s Lisa, deleted her Instagram following criticism of her daughter after the singer performed at Crazy Horse Paris, a nude-dancing cabaret in France.

According to South Korean web portal Nate, Brüschweiler has deleted her Instagram account without notice. She said that she and other members of Lisa’s family received hateful comments from netizens.

Lisa was under heavy criticism for setting a bad example for her fans, many of whom are minors.

Lisa and her mom Chitthip Brüschweiler. Photo taken from Weibo

Lisa and her mom Chitthip Brüschweiler. Photo taken from Weibo

Not only Lisa and her family members but her supporters were under fire. Actress Angelababy got slammed by Chinese fans after attending the show on September 29. China Centre Television (CCTV) on Sunday deleted photos of Angelababy during a Mid-Autumn Festival Show. Some media outlets also deleted posts related to her, which fueled the allegations that she was getting blacklisted.

Criticism escalated further when actress Xu Jiao commented on Lisa’s performance via Chinese social media platform Weibo on Sunday. She wrote "I only see professional women being sexualized," and many agreed with her comment.

Lisa has remained silent amid the wave of criticism. She’s currently attending a few shows at Paris Fashion Week.

Lisa performed for three nights at the Crazy Horse Paris on September 28-30. All of her shows were limited to people aged over 16 only, and guests were asked to not use their cellphones during the performances.

It is reported that the artist partially stripped throughout her shows.

Born Lalisa Manoban in Thailand, Lisa, 26, made her debut with the South Korean girl group Blackpink in 2016. She launched a simultaneous solo career in 2021.

The star also established her name in the fashion industry as a global ambassador for various luxury brands, including Celine and Bulgari.

Her music career has also soared, and she has become the first solo K-pop artist to have a song reach 1 billion streams on Spotify with "Money".

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