BLACKPINKs Lisa is making sure she has done her bit to help victims of the severe flooding in Thailand.
The 22-year-old, who is from the Buriram Province in Thailand, has donated to flood relief. after torrential rain brought by a monsoon caused flooding across 32 Thai provinces and killed 33 people in just a few weeks.
It is believed Lisa donated 100,000 baht (£2,620) to actor Bin Bunluerits fund to help those evacuated in the floods.
One of Lisas relations, a Thai blogger named Koa, shared a picture of the cheque sent by Lisa to the fund, with the caption: She [Lisa] wants to be a little help for everyone hit by the heavy flood. She hopes things will work out all right.
BLACKPINK fans praised Lisas charitable nature, calling her an angel and Thailands queen.
Bunluerits fund raised more than 100 million baht in less than two days for those affected by the floods.
Thai officials have said that more than 20,000 people have been evacuated due to the floods, with some communities left without clean water and electricity.
Lisa grew up in Thailand, but became YG Entertainments first foreign trainee in 2011 after auditioning for the agency the year prior.
In 2016, she debuted as part of K-pop girl group BLACKPINK alongside Jennie, Jisoo and Rose, and the girls have gone from strength to strength with hits including Ddu-du Ddu-du and Kill This Love.
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