It’s been a very good month for the BLACKPINK girls due to the release of their record-breaking Kill This Love music video, followed by THAT epic Coachella performance.
And currently band member Lisa has another reason to celebrate because she is officially the foremost followed K-pop artist on Instagram.
The group’s beloved main dancer currently has 17.4 million followers, which means she’s simply snatched the crown from EXO’s Chanyeol.
The rest of the BLACKPINK girls also have a large following on their solo accounts, with all of them making into the list of the top 10 most followed K-pop acts on the ‘gram.
Jennie has 15.1 million fans, whereas Rosé has 13.2 million. Jisoo comes just behind her with 12.7 million followers.
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TikTok has a community obsessed with ‘cursed’ images. Not like the rest of the net, TikTok’s cursed images are sometimes disturbing illustrations instead of eerie photos.
While TikTok has a name as having one of the more wholesome communities on the internet, it isn’t safe from cursed images.
It’s hard to explain what a cursed image (or cursed image) is. At their most cursed, they’re creepy photos with strange, perhaps paranormal content and ominous lighting and colors that inspire dread. In other cases, they merely give off an uneasy vibe.
Cursed images have become a staple on different platforms. They have the identical innate, truncated appeal of a CreepyPasta story or reading the Wikipedia summary for a horror movie. Over the years, accounts like Cursed images on Tumblr, forty one Strange on Twitter, and a dedicated subreddit have popped up to curate cursed images scattered around the net.
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