YG Responds To Worries About Jisoo From BLACKPINK’s Health. Concerns over BLACKPINK member Jisoo’s health have prompted YG Entertainment to publish a statement. Earlier this week, many of Jisoo’s supporters expressed concern after discovering a growth on the singer’s neck. As the image gained traction on social media on November 4, YG Entertainment issued a statement assuring fans that Jisoo was healthy.
“Jisoo is handling the globe tour schedule well and there is nothing wrong with her health,” the management company said. Until December of this year, BLACKPINK will be continuing its BORN PINK globe tour, which now has the group based out of North America. Jisoo is a member of the internationally renowned K-pop group BLACKPINK, of which she is a member and a singer.
The group made its debut in August 2016 under YG Entertainment. Concerns were raised after a lump was discovered on Jisoo, a member of the K-pop girl group BLACKPINK, and YG Entertainment has made a statement. The members of BLACKPINK are presently on the “Born Pink” world tour. Concert dates of November 2 and 3 were set for Atlanta.
Following the viral distribution of multiple postings and photographs of BLACKPINK member Jisoo with a bump on her neck, internet users voiced their worry for her health. It looks like the lump is growing. I believe it’s time for her to obtain a biopsy at the nearest hospital. On November 3, Korean media reported that a netizen had shared a photo on social media with the caption “It could be a small fibroid, but it could also be a tumor.”
The article claims that this is not the first time Jisoo’s fans have observed the growth on the back of her neck. On the show and at the concert, the lump was in the same exact position. BLACKPINK’s management company, YG Entertainment, commented on the issue after news reports surfaced.
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According to a statement sent by YG Entertainment to Korean media on November 4, “Jisoo is currently performing well on her international tour schedule and has no health problems.” According to Medline Plus, there are a number of possible explanations for lumps in the neck. Lymph node enlargement is the leading cause of abnormal lumps or swellings.
These may result from exposure to harmful microorganisms, a malignant tumor, or some other extremely rare condition, it said. It went on to say, “Infection or malignancy may also produce swollen salivary glands under the jaw. Torticollis and other neck injuries can result in lumps in the neck muscles.
Usually, you’ll find these bumps on the front of your neck. Cysts, like sebaceous cysts, are a common source of bumps on or immediately under the skin. Thyroid swelling or lumps are possible as well.
Thyroid cancer and thyroid disorders are two potential causes of this symptom. Thyroid gland tumors typically develop slowly. Even if they have been present for years, the website said, they may typically be removed surgically.