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“Karma will bite you” – BLACKPINK Concertgoer Gets Merch Stolen During Concert, Pleads For it Back


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The latest major concert saw K-pop girl group BLACKPINK, take to the Bukit Jalil National Stadium as part of their Born Pink Tour.

Considering the massive fan base that BLACKPINK has it is no surprise that fans have invested a lot of money and time into securing tickets for the concert as well as to get the group’s official merchandise.
However, for some concertgoers, it might be an easy opportunity for you to get some merch for free.

Recently, a BLACKPINK concertgoer took to Twitter to share how they had gotten the official merchandise they bought stolen by another concertgoer.


In a post by BLACKPINK MALAYSIA FANCLUB, the concertgoer wrote, “To the person that stole all my merch from below my seat (VIP L SectionA21, Seat A01) that I have painstakingly line up for hours & hard earn money to buy, I’d appreciate if you’d return my stuff back to me and I’ll just consider it as an accident or you won’t be bless for all of it.”

The concertgoer then added, “Not allowed, forbidden. I do not allow you. Maybe I won’t get it back but karma will one day bite you back so hard that you will regret it for the rest of your life.”

According to the concertgoer, the official merchandise which was stolen was a few official hoodies and that they have since reported it to the organiser who are unfortunately unable to help.


We hope that the concertgoer either manages to get back her stolen merchandise or that at least, those who stole it from them get hit with a dose of nasty karma.


Also read: “Even louder than a football match!” – BLACKPINK Fans’ Cheers Heard Resounding In Bukit Jalil

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