Fans of K-Pop girl group BLACKPINK are left worried after the venue of their Kuala Lumpur concert was flooded less than 24 hours before the event. The concert was scheduled to take place at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil on Saturday (4 March), but heavy rainfall on the previous day caused flooding in the venue.
Video of National Stadium goes viral
Photos and videos of the flooded stadium have been circulating on social media, showing the extent of the damage caused by the rain. Many fans expressed their concern over the safety of the performers and the audience, as well as the possibility of the concert being cancelled.
Rain rain go away come again another week this is the current situation at the National Stadium Bukit Jalil which BLACKPINK’s gonna perform here in 2 days 🥲, don’t rain please…. Let’s pray 🙏🏻 #BORNPINKinKL pic.twitter.com/sVrOs778qT— seeing BP in 24hours !!!!!!!! (@bpneverend) March 2, 2023
Fans urged to bring raincoats
In addition to the flood warning, BLACKPINK fans are advised to bring raincoats to the concert. It has been announced that umbrellas are not allowed into the stadium due to safety reasons. Fans are reminded to prepare accordingly to ensure their safety and enjoyment during the concert.
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BLACKPINK’s concert in Kuala Lumpur is part of their ongoing “Born Pink” world tour, and has taken to various countries, including Thailand, Indonesia, and the United States. The group, consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, is known for their energetic performances and catchy songs, and has a huge following worldwide.
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