Charlie Puth urges BTS Armwy to end ‘Toxic Internet Scream Match’ – Variety2 min read
Charlie Puth took to Twitter on Sunday (July 5) to make a sentimental request to BTS fans to address a “dangerous, toxic internet shouting match” as “among fans.”
The singer-songwriter was responding to BTS Armway fans, as the group of K-Pop group followers is known, who probably spammed several tic-tac-toe comments to harass the singer. One wrote, referring to the 22-year-old BTS member, “When did you use Junkuk for the club?” Wrote? Other posts have claimed that Puth used BTS as “fame”.
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Puth wrote: “I don’t usually pay attention to such things, but I have to say something. I am 27 years old, so when someone I don’t know writes a bad message to me saying ‘I used BRTS for a clout.’ I don’t know what that means – I love those guys and they’re so talented. “” His message was retweeted 10,000 times in three hours.
Mentioning how such comments can affect their mental health and the threat they face, Puth added, “What I do know is that 10 years ago, the language directed at me in this way deeply affected me in a very negative way. I think about all the little kids looking at the stuff every day. “”
In conclusion, He wrote: “It may sound clich তবে but please get on well with each other here. No more screaming about make-up nonsense. It’s not good for anyone. We all need to love each other more right now.”
BTS’s Twitter fans responded with some confusion, citing differences between the group’s Twitter and Tiktok fans.
“Hi Charlie,” fan Melodemostly2 wrote. “I apologize for the inconvenience. It’s so embarrassing and thank you for being mature about this issue against you. Hope you still have your eye on BTS. Fans don’t reflect 100% of their artist which I’m sure you understand. Thank you and happy. “
With BTS’s 2020 stadium tour postponed due to a coronavirus, the group, comprising RM, Jean, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Junkuk, has been broadcast live at its own “Bang Bang Con: The Live” event. The intimate presentation included a 14-song setlist paying tribute to BTS’s seven years together, selecting from the group’s early recordings (2014’s rap ballad “Just One Day”) from his current hit album “Map of Soul: 7”. “