“All of France is upset, but the president is laughing.”
A viral image of French President Emmanuel Macron taking an image of BLACKPINK and Pharrell Williams has not been effectively obtained in France.
On January 26, Tiffany & Co‘s Executive VP, Alexandre Arnault, uploaded a photo on his Instagram story. In the picture, the members of BLACKPINK are seen taking a photo with global jet setter and cultural icon Pharrell Williams.
BLACKPINK’s Photo With Pharrell Williams Goes Viral After It Is Revealed That It Was Taken By French President Emmanuel Macron
The picture instantly went viral as soon as netizens realized that within the picture, French President Emmanuel Macron may very well be seen taking a photograph of the celebrities.
Netizens couldn’t imagine the interplay between the French President and BLACKPINK. Many followers expressed their amazement on-line.
not @EmmanuelMacron, the president of France taking an image for @BLACKPINK and @pharrell 😭 pic.twitter.com/wjhelpfnR2
— ً (@GIRL0VESICK) January 25, 2023
“The president of France, Emmanuel Macron, taking a picture of Pharell & BLACKPINK for them.” I by no means thought i might say this sentence in my whole blink life 😭 pic.twitter.com/Sa5Kg80a08
— ken (@togejustvibin) January 26, 2023
Although followers have been overwhelmingly constructive in regards to the interplay, the French, nonetheless, are reportedly lower than thrilled. According to a report by Korean information outlet Joong Ang Ilbo, French netizens expressed their disapproval, writing, “President Macron needs to take care of the French people” and “All of France is upset, but the president is laughing.”
According to the information report, the reactions are partly on account of the truth that there have been mass demonstrations in France towards the federal government’s pension reform initiative. The information report states that as much as two million individuals demonstrated on January 19 throughout main cities similar to Paris.
Korean netizens reacted to the information report, with many stating they understood why the French would have a damaging response to the images.
- “If I was French, I would be grinding my teeth in anger…”
- “We only laugh because he isn’t our President.”
- “I would be frustrated too.”
- “Just imagining our President there pisses me off.”
- “This isn’t the time to criticize him. Our (President’s situation) is just as serious.”
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