On July 12, BLACKPINK’s Jennie shared a series of photos from her recent trip to Paris on Instagram, captioning it as “few weeks back.” However, fans couldn’t help but notice that she was dressed exactly as she appeared in a viral video that circulated a few months ago. The said video showed Jennie and BTS’ V strolling through the streets of Paris, holding hands and seemingly enjoying each other’s company. With the new pictures surfacing, many fans are convinced that the couple in the video were, indeed, Jennie and V.
Earlier Dating Rumors and Video Release
In May 2022, rumors of a romantic relationship between V and Jennie emerged. Witness accounts and photographs of a man and woman, believed to be V and Jennie, driving together on Jeju Island caught the attention of fans worldwide. However, both HYBE (formerly Big Hit Entertainment) and YG Entertainment, the respective agencies of BTS and BLACKPINK, responded by stating it was “challenging to confirm” and refrained from making further comments. In May 2023, a video surfaced showing V and Jennie walking hand in hand during a rumored date in Paris, near the Seine River. The casual and carefree demeanor of the couple attracted attention, though the agencies remained silent on the matter. Some fans speculated that V and Jennie were indeed in a relationship, while others suggested that the couple in the video might be unrelated individuals pretending to be them.
jennie mother said YES ITS ME BISHH pic.twitter.com/r70gOETSGX
— rynn (@thvuby) July 12, 2023
V’s Solo Album and BTS’ Book Release
Currently, V is actively working on his solo album, which is expected to be released later this year. Fans eagerly anticipate the unveiling of his musical style and artistic expression. Additionally, V and his BTS bandmates recently published a tell-all book titled “Beyond the Story: 10-Year Record of BTS,” chronicling their journey over the past decade, encompassing their trials, dedication, and success.
Jennie’s Acting Debut and Future Prospects
Jennie recently made her acting debut in the HBO series “The Idol,” alongside renowned artists The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp. In the show, she portrayed the character Dyanne, a backup dancer and close friend of Jocelyn (played by Lily-Rose Depp). Despite her limited screen time, Jennie’s presence captivated audiences, leaving them eager to witness her further growth and potential in the acting realm.