National Hate On Blackpink Day

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Get ready to celebrate National Hate on Blackpink Day! This day is all about showing love and appreciation for the amazing music and talent of the K-pop sensation, Blackpink. Whether you're a long-time fan or just discovering their music, this is the perfect day to join in the fun and spread some Blackpink love. So grab your lightstick, crank up the volume, and let's dive into the wonderful world of Blackpink!

When is Hate On Blackpink Day?

It's national hate on blackpink day on the 22nd September.

A Day Devoted to Blackpink Love

National Hate on Blackpink Day is a celebration of the beloved K-pop girl group, Blackpink. Formed by YG Entertainment, Blackpink consists of four members: Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. Since their debut in 2016, they have taken the world by storm with their catchy songs, stunning visuals, and mesmerizing performances.

The group's music is a fusion of various genres, including pop, hip-hop, and EDM. Their hit singles like 'Kill This Love', 'Ddu-Du Ddu-Du', and 'How You Like That' have topped charts worldwide, earning them a massive and dedicated fan base known as BLINKs.

On National Hate on Blackpink Day, fans show their love and support for the group in creative ways. From organizing fan events to sharing their favorite Blackpink moments on social media, there are endless ways to participate in this exciting day.

Join the Celebration

Are you ready to join the celebration on National Hate on Blackpink Day? Here are a few fun ways you can show your love:

  • Host a Blackpink-themed party and dance along to their iconic choreographies.
  • Create fan art or write a heartfelt letter expressing your appreciation for the group.
  • Join online Blackpink fan communities and connect with fellow BLINKs.
  • Stream your favorite Blackpink songs and music videos to support their incredible success.

Remember, National Hate on Blackpink Day is all about spreading love and positivity, so let's unite in our love for this amazing K-pop sensation!

History behind the term 'Hate On Blackpink'


Blackpink's Debut

In 2016, the South Korean girl group Blackpink made their highly anticipated debut under the entertainment company YG Entertainment. Comprised of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, Blackpink quickly gained popularity with their unique blend of catchy pop music, fierce choreography, and fashionable image.


International Recognition

By 2018, Blackpink had begun to make waves internationally, with their music videos racking up millions of views on YouTube. Their stylish fashion choices and dynamic performances attracted a massive fan base worldwide, known as 'Blinks.' The group's success helped pave the way for the global rise of K-pop, firmly establishing Blackpink as one of the leading acts in the genre.


Hate on Blackpink Emerges

As Blackpink's popularity soared, the term 'hate on Blackpink' started to surface on various online platforms. Some individuals, often referred to as 'antis,' began expressing negative opinions and criticism towards the group. These negative sentiments ranged from questioning their talent to outright hostility.


Addressing the Hate

In 2020, Blackpink's agency, YG Entertainment, took a stand against the hate and toxicity directed towards the group. They actively spoke out against the harassment and launched campaigns to promote positivity and respect within the fan community. Blackpink members, too, addressed the issue in interviews, emphasizing the importance of focusing on love and support rather than hate.


Fans' Determination and Support

Despite facing hate, Blackpink's fanbase remained strong and dedicated. Blinks continued to support the group, organizing fan projects, streaming their music, and defending them against negativity. The unity and determination shown by the fans played a crucial role in countering the hate and highlighting the positive impact Blackpink has had on the music industry.

Did you know?

Did you know that Blackpink was the first K-pop girl group to perform at Coachella? They took the stage in 2019 and left a lasting impression on both their dedicated fans and new audiences!


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22nd September 2020

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22nd September 2020

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