How is Blink’s increasing view project going? Let’s take a look at Thai fanboys making all their efforts.
Making a comeback with the mini album “Square Up” and the title song “DDU-DU DDU-DU”, BlackPink once again broke their own records as well as some other ones, adding some new successes onto the list of their Korean and worldwide achievements.
Until 6PM of June 16th (KST), exactly one day after BlackPink’s comeback, the number of views for the “DDU-DU DDU-DU” MV reached 33,7 million views. With this figure, BlackPink became the Kpop girlgroup having the most views in the first 24 hours.
In the list of world top most viewed MVs, the 4-member group’s “DDU-DU DDU-DU” MV occupies the 4th rank. The higher positions belong to Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” (43,2 million views), PSY’s “Gentleman” (38,1 million views) and BTS’s “Fake Love” (35,9 million views).
Behind these remarkable achievements and impressive numbers are the devoted and hard-working fans, who keep streaming the girls’ MV on Youtube no matter day or night. In order to achieve many great successes, apart from BlackPink’s high-quality music and enormous popularity, Blinks’ contribution in increasing the MV’s views is one of the most important factors.
If you can’t imagine how they stream the MV, let’s have a look at Thai fanboys expressing their love to BlackPink. Lisa, one of BlackPink members, is a Thai person and of course, she attracts a great amount of fans from Thailand. However, using the whole electrical appliance store to stream the MV is maybe something that only BlackPink fans can do!
Is it because the owner of the store is a BlackPink fan, so he or she asks the employees to increase the MV’s views?
And there are also many other Blinks all over the world who stream the MV for BlackPink. With all these efforts, BlackPink deserves all the successes. However, fans shouldn’t lose their awareness, this is just a start, there are many other obstacles to overcome and this month, some great “rivals” are going to make a comeback soon. Let’s try your best and support the girls!
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