Global superstars BTS are always trending for the great work they do. From making donations to the community to spreading joy and positivity to every ear they reach, their impact is undeniable. Recently, the boys addressed the troubles they face being who they are for the first time! More on what they discussed below.
The Weverse app, created by the Big Hit label allows their artists to connect to their fans at a more personal level. Big Hit has now launched ‘Weverse Magazine,' which is accessible to all users inside the app.
Journal features two stories with our favorite boys: ‘BTS & ARMY, We Walk Together’ and ‘Behind The Success Of ‘Dynamite’’.
As the name suggests, the latter talks about their latest all-English single ‘Dynamite’ while the former gets a little more personal as they address their fans, ARMY, during these trying times.
For Nam-Joon, better known by his stage name RM, the hardest part about this pandemic is ARMY being away from BTS. He described it as taking a painter’s brush away. But they also shared that the members have lately been on the receiving end of hateful remarks.
On BTS’s visit to SiriusXM in February, writer Sal Governale was reported saying: “There’s no way those guys don’t have the coronavirus.” Although Howard Stern and his producer were quick to shut him down, it’s proof that no amount of success can shield you from fighting your battles. In RM’s words “I’ve had to accept that everyone cannot love me. Because when there’s love, there’s hate, when there’s light there’s dark.”
Fans love how the boys are receiving the hate without being aggressive, despite being called names. The band with probably the highest fan following is winning the hearts yet again!
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