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K-pop girl group Blackpink’s Singapore leg of their Born Pink world tour may have ended, but if you have an extra S$10,000 lying around, you might just become the proud owner of a rather… unconventional souvenir from the concert.
TikTok user @quasar123456 is selling a tissue that was allegedly used by Blackpink Jisoo on May 13, 2023.
Do you have questions? We have several.
Like how they came into possession of the item, which they answered in their comments section.
Apparently, the tissue flew off after Jisoo wiped her sweat, possibly because of how hot it was that day.
The opportunistic concert-goer then swooped in to collect the prized treasure:
The price isn’t negotiable either. Not even by a dollar:
And if you’re really serious about buying, it seems they are open to a number of payment methods:
If you’re on a budget…
If S$10,000 is a little out of your price range, fret not, for there are more affordable options.
Like this ‘legit air’ from the concert, priced at a comparatively reasonable S$499.
Or some confetti from their concert, which you can quote your own price for:
Top image via quasar123456/TikTok and Blackpink’s Instagram.
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