BTS & Blackpink Won Awards at 2020 MTV Video Music Awards

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K-Pop phenomenal Bangtan Sonyeondan (BTS) won four big awards and one of the biggest girl groups in the world Blackpink got their first-ever trophy at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Sunday, August 30 (Monday, August 31 in the Philippines). BTS with seven superstar members – RM, Jin, V, Suga, Jimin, Jungkook, and J-Hope won all the categories they were nominated in and gathered the four promising awards: Best Group, Best K-Pop, Best Pop, and Best Choreography. Meanwhile, Blackpink with four gorgeous members – Lisa, Jennie, Jisoo, and Rosé grabbed their first win at the MTV VMAs after their hit song “How You Like That” got the Song of Summer Award.

Blackpink under YG Entertainment overtakes other nominees like Cardi B’s “WAP”, Miley Cyrus’ ” Midnight Sky”, DaBaby’s Rockstar, and more hit songs of 2020 from other worldwide superstars. Last year, Blackpink got nominated for the Best Group but BTS took the crown. On the other hand, BTS under Big Hit agency had won in a second straight year for The Best Group and The Best K-Pop categories. They performed their newest record breaker song “Dynamite” for the first time at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.

Watch their performance here:

It’s Time to Restart Your Business!

The government decided to ease the quarantine restrictions for the whole month of September (1-30). NCR is the heart of the Philippine economy that brings 1/3 of our GDP. In spite of rapidly increasing COVID-19 confirmed cases, Mega Manila will remain under General Community Quarantine (GCQ). Bulacan, Tacloban City, and Bacolod City were reverted to GCQ from Modified GCQ while the rest of the country is under MGCQ. With lifted quarantine measures, this is the proper time to restart your business back amidst pandemic. To restart or start your own business will help to revitalize our dying economy because of this crisis. By following health and safety protocols, you can surely operate your business and make revenues. Also, Banks will be stricter in mortgages and loans so income should be a serious concern for each Filipino people. It wouldn’t be easy, but we badly needed to adapt to the new normal way of living.

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