Jungkook is trending on the internet for his amazing performance in the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2022. He appeared in a stunning black outfit and made the crowd crazy.
The BTS army ruled the night. Apart from the fans in the stadium BTS members Kim Namjoon aka RM, Jung Hosoek aka J-Hope, Min Yoongi aka Suga, Park Jimin aka Jimin, and Kim Taehyung aka BTS V also watched Jungkook perform at the opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2022.
The official football anthem that was played live during the FIFA World Cup alongside a medley of earlier, classic hit football anthems, Magic in the Air, Waka Waka, and Wavin’ Flag, Jungkook worked with Qatari singer and record producer Fahad Al Kubaisi.
“Look who we are, we are the dreamers/We’ll make it happen cause we believe it/Look who we are, we are the dreamers/We’ll make it happen cause we can see it/Cause to the one that keeps the passion, respect oh yeah/Cause to the one that got the magic, respect, oh yeah.”
BTS’ V to Sue Youtuber over Trolling, Says It Affected His Family
A YouTube user enraged these die-hard fans with derogatory comments about V’s shirtless post recently.
The BTS boys have the largest fan following who are swooning over their handsome looks and scintillating beats. A YouTube user enraged these die-hard fans with derogatory comments about V’s shirtless post recently.
While the ARMY was bonkers over attacking the YouTuber, the Kpop star took serious initiatives by suing the channel for trolling him and affecting his family and their name in society.
While several fans comforted the singer by asking him not to take these things seriously as it was common for hit stars to get trolled for their success by jealous people. V wrote back, “I just saw the tip of the iceberg. I hate people like that. All the fans and ARMY might or might not have monitored it, but I will sue on behalf of those who were hurt…”
The YouTuber slandered the star saying that he was making trouble himself by posting half-nude images online. An ARMY member wrote to V “Taehyung, they are jealous of Bangtan’s popularity. Don’t pay attention to them, okay? Sleep well and eat well today, okay?” to which V responded saying “Of course. My mental condition is as good as Suga’s.”
Suga is considered to be the most savage member of the Korean boy band and is known to keep trolls in place. V stopped replying to fan comments saying “They will have to pay the price. They even messed up my family and friends. Goodbye.”
The BTS members are currently on a long break and will bounce back into schedule following V’s birthday on 26th December. The group created individual Instagram accounts for themselves during this break and have been posting their vacation pics regularly. Plus, it is rumored that V has requested his band leader RM to gift him with a painting for his upcoming birthday.
BTS’s V Break’s Yet Another Guinness Record!
Dec 15, 2021
BTS, the fabulous Korean boy band has a whopping 23 Guinness world records at present and V just added another to this groundbreaking list alongside several other achievements. Let’s find out his social media superpower now!
Bangtan Sonyeondan or Bangtan Boys have been giving super hit after super hit with scintillating music and mind-blowing choreography. They attained world-level recognition and broke several social media records, BillBoard music awards, Asian music awards, and numerous other accolades with these hit albums like “Dynamite”, “Boy With Luv” (ft. Halsey), and “Mic Drop”. Check out Youtube and TikTok to find the fab trends for yourself.
They are the most followed music group on social media platforms like Instagram, the most-streamed pop band on Spotify, and the most Twitter engagement for a music group.
‘Butter’ secured two records within the first 24 hours of its release and became the first single with the most viewers on Youtube and Spotify.
BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook have crossed 20 million followers individually. At the time of reporting, Jungkook has 24.1 million followers, Jimin has 23.2 million followers, Jin has 22.3 million followers, J-Hope has 22 million followers, RM has 22 million followers, and Suga has 21.9 million followers.
V broke this record recently by gaining 25.6 million followers. He reached around 1 million in 43 minutes creating yet another record, breaking two Instagram Guinness Records in one go.
The members are currently on a long break and will get back into making more music soon.
BTS creates a record for concert tickets sale, earns $33mn in 4 days
Dec 10, 2021
Following the Astroworld tragedy, you would think people would be wary about going to concerts for a few months. This doesn’t hold true for BTS anyhow! The K-Pop band is set to create record after record.
The record was set recently in Los Angeles when BTS, the ultra-famous K-Pop band sold tickets worth 33 million dollars during their four-day PTD concert. The band sold around 214000 tickets and also set several other records.
The concert was held from 27th November 2021 to 2nd December 2021 at the Permission to Dance Stage in Los Angeles following their last biggest show that was held in Roger Waters’ nine-show run in Buenos Aires, Argentina during 2012.
Apart from setting the record for the highest sale in four days, the band’s SoFi Stadium concerts earned the biggest Billboard Boxscore in history and the top-grossing shop with the highest engagement. It is also the only band to get first place in California Billboard Boxscore and second place in the entire of North America under the criteria an act plays at a single venue during a particular tour.
BTS was the first band to claim all these records in a four-night single show. While the previous shows that had set these records ran longer than four nights and the least was eight days long.
Grammy Award Nominations 2022: BTS Got Only one Nomination
Nov 29, 2021
The BTS army is disappointed and heartbroken as the K-pop band, BTS was excluded from many categories including the song of the year category.
Following the American Music Awards 2021, fans are now all set for music’s biggest award show-Grammy! The 64th Annual Grammy Awards nomination took place on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, live-streamed from the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. Before the announcement of Grammy nominations, there was strong anticipation that K-pop band BTS would make its spot in several categories. But the South Korean band BTS could make it in one nomination that made fans angrier than ever.
The nominations would be presented by previous Grammy nominees that include Jon Batiste, BTS, four-time GRAMMY Award winner H.E.R., and important guests including Maneskin. The main award ceremony will take place at Crypto.com Arena, officially known as STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on January 31, 2022.
Even after dropping three no.1 singles in 2021, global pop sensation BTS wasn’t able to dominate in more than one category. It was the second time BTS was nominated only for a pop duo/group performance. The band’s biggest hit “Butter” is nominated along with Justin Bieber and Benny Blanco’s “Lonely,” Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga’s “I Get a Kick Out of You,” Coldplay’s “Higher Power” and Doja Cat and SZA’s “Kiss Me More.” The band couldn’t make it in the nomination category- song of the year. Though ‘Butter’ single dominated the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a whopping 10 weeks.