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JRE GAVE ME A SHOUTOUT

Hey guys!! Jiji here! :D So today @BBxGD is at Kcon NY and she's been having so much fun (thanks for keeping me updated bebe) But today, I got multiple messages, all were just "Jiji" and obviously I had to know what was up. Gotta get my kcon update. SHE HAD MET JRE AND GOT HIM TO GIVE ME A SHOUTOUT!!!!!!!
Of course I had to put it on YouTube to share with you all! I'm still SO happy. I absolutely love JRE and she got me a shoutout! Thank you JRE for doing that and thank you soooo much @BBxGD for getting this for me, you knew how badly I wanted to be there to see everyone and you really made my day. Totally makes up for being too shy to speak to him in Vegas /.\ Love you girl, and thank you again (prepare for like a million thank yous)
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That's a fvcking friend @BBxGD 👏👏👏
Your Welcome Love💙💙💙💙💙
OMO     ❤❤     ❤❤   ❤💓💓❤💓💓❤   ❤💓💓💓💓💓❤        ❤💓💓💓❤             ❤💓❤                  ❤
YOOOOOO OMG THAT'S SUCH A GOOD FRIEND OMG I WISH I COULD GO
I'm here in NY for KCON too!
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