BTS, often known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band that was created in 2010 and made their debut in 2013 under the Big Hit Entertainment banner. The septet, made up of the writers Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook, collaborates on a lot of their productions. Although they started out as a hip hop group, their musical style has since expanded to include other genres.
The acronym BTS, which stands for Bangtan Sonyeondan in Korean, really means “Bulletproof Boy Scouts.” The group’s intention to “dam out prejudices, criticisms, and expectations that purpose at youth like bullets” is indicated by the cry, according to member J-Hope.
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They are referred to as Bdan Shnendan, which can be translated identically, in Japan. BTS revealed in July 2017 that as part of their new logo identification, its call might also stand for “Beyond the Scene.” Their call was extended to include the phrase “developing youth BTS who are moving past the realities they are currently facing and into the future.”
BTS is one of the most important artists in the world, and the amount of love they receive is quite amazing.
That does not, however, mean that no famous people have previously criticised BTS. Here is a list of several famous people who have openly criticised BTS.
BTS has engaged in some quite disgusting celebrity dating. Surprisingly, one of them is with Ellen DeGeneres, a former host of daytime television. BTS left the comic less liked than when they arrived after they appeared on her show on their Love Yourself Tour in the US.
They were asked a completely unrelated question about their private life by Ellen. Have you ever worked with the ARMY? It’s a normal question to ask a celebrity, but you know something about Kpop or possibly Korean culture. Following their participation, BTS and ARMY both expressed their dislike towards Ellen.
Rapper ACHILLO entered the scene after some internet users discovered some old Facebook posts of his and discovered that he had previously insulted RM. When RM previously worked with Gaeko of Dynamic Duo, ACHILLO made a comment about how RM “ruined” the track.
Rapper B-Free dissed Suga and RM in 2013, calling them out for being idols because, in his opinion, rappers aren’t idols. That didn’t sit well with BTS or ARMYs because they saw his comments as derogatory to Suga, RM, and idols in general. BTS even released a song criticising B-Free in response to his comments.
Yuya Tegoshi, a former member of NEWS, recently released his visual essay, AVALANCHE, which included a reference to BTS and TWICE. What caught many people’s attention was when he claimed that if he had been able to speak English or had been a part of a group with a few international members, he could have accomplished similar feats to theirs.
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Bobby participated on Masta Wu’s “Come Here” in 2014, and one of the verses seemed to be directed at RM. Many believed that this became the emphasis since he used the word “monster,” and at the time, RM’s degree call became Rap Monster. BTS’s call is Bulletproof Boy Scouts, and Bobby added the phrase “bulletproof glass.”