BLACKPINK's Rosé just became the first Asian to grace the cover of 'Mastermind' magazine.
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Through its official accounts, the magazine shared the news where we can see Rosé with spectacular photos.
Various media outlets began reporting on the news and praised Rosé for her excellent photos.
According to the website, "Mastermind Magazine is a bi-annual cultural review founded in 2017 by Marie-Amélie Sauvé and Brune Buonomano. Authoritative, probing and luxurious, the magazine is structured in chapters, offering detailed perspectives on the issues and people shaping our time. Featuring images by the world’s greatest photographers and writing by today’s pre-eminent authors and journalists, Mastermind is a collectable designed to last, inviting readers to discover the world in new, illuminating ways."
BLINKS, upon hearing the news, did not hesitate to express their love for Rosé again through social networks.
In her first appearance on the “Mastermind” magazine, Rosé shared the memories and milestones in her career. The female idol said that the person that changed her life was no other than her father.
“My dad always watched me print out lyrics and chords off of his laptop and reach at the top of my lungs over the piano in an attempt to sing Beyoncé’s most heartbreaking, sad songs till midnight. So, I guess it wasn’t too bizarre for him to ask me if I wanted to try auditioning at the YG audition that was being held in Australia”, said the singer.
It was a tradition in the family to follow legal practices in Australia. Rosé was also oriented to follow the same path until she felt a great pull to return to Korea and pursue her burning passion for arts. She felt “lucky to have a supportive dad who encouraged me to challenge myself and take my chance”, said the idol to “Mastermind” magazine.
Previously, on “Zang Sang Show,” Rosé humorously told the reason she auditioned for YG was because she was constantly playing the piano and singing at midnight, making it hard for her family to go to sleep. That is why her father signed her up for the audition.
This funny anecdote is fondly remembered by BLINK.
Rosé's father always silently supports his daughter, even on one occasion, he contacted Rosé's fan base 'Chipmunkindonesiabar' to donate to the Lombok campaign in support of the earthquake victims in Indonesia.
In 2019, Rosé's father showed his support for his daughter by liking a post that hinted that Rosé deserved to release her first solo album
At that time, Rosé did not have any solo activities. The #StayStrongRosé hashtag was on top of trends for many days as a sign of encouragement for the idol.
In addition, many times Rosé's father has felt happy and calm to see the great relationship his daughter has with the other members of BLACKPINK, which show that they love each other very much and protect each other.