Bangkok cafe closes after uproar over owner's plan to sell items used by Blackpink singer Lisa

Blackpink singer Lisa had done a photo shoot at the cafe and the owner was keen to sell stuff such as cups, napkins and even a toilet seat. PHOTOS: LALALALISA_M/INSTAGRAM, AFP
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The owner of a Bangkok cafe apologised for his action but fans of Blackpink singer Lisa continued to call for a boycott of the establishment.

On Sunday (Jan 5), the MQQN Cafe ceased operations, after the owner sparked a storm last week when he tried to put up items used by Lisa for auction.

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