This is according to a report by CNN, which notes that Lisa’s Weibo page is no longer accessible as of Wednesday afternoon (November 1). The suspension comes just weeks after the singer performed at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris, one which has “sparked a huge debate on China’s tightly regulated internet”, according to the news outlet.
The Thai K-pop idol’s account @lalalalisa_m, which was previously verified, has been replaced by a page that reads: “The account can longer be viewed because it has received complaints of breaches of law and regulations, as well as relevant rules from the Weibo Community Management Regulations”.
Several brands have also allegedly deleted images featuring Lisa from their social media accounts in China, according to South Korean news outlet TV Report. They purportedly include luxury fashion houses such as Bulgari and CELINE.
Meanwhile, Lisa recently became the first K-pop idol to reach a billion streams on Spotify with a solo song. Her 2021 release ‘Money’ reached the milestone on September 20 this year.