The world famous group BTS has many fans all over the world. BTS boys Jungkook, V, Jimin, J-Hope, Suga, Jin, and RM never fail to impress us with their songs and concerts. Their fans are known as BTS ARMY.
Indian BTS ARMYs never leave an opportunity to celebrate the group. Fans in India often share updates on Korean groups and are very active on social media. Recently, a BTS fangirl shared a video where she looks engrossed in the popular songs Dynamite and Butter at her school event. As per the video caption, the girl’s name is Nimisha Mishra and she is studying in 10th grade.
In the clip, she is seen burning the floor with her dancing moves. Meanwhile, his classmates can be heard cheering him on. Sharing the video, he wrote, “Myself Nimisha…A girl is a fan of BTS’s Die heart…I love dancing to their songs and it’s fun to learn their choreography. Sharing special moments… Dancing to my favorite songs: #Butter, #Dynamite At an event at my school
#BTS #BTSArmy. I got this opportunity only because of #Yougami Class X.
If you are a BTS fan, this video will surely make you smile.
Meanwhile, after news of BTS’ hiatus circulated, team leader RM Namjoon responded. He said the announcement was about the band members working on their solo project along with the band project, however, this was misinterpreted.
RM wrote: “It’s not like we expected them (media) to watch our show…. until the end to write their opinion… Only a screenshot of me crying went viral… I wonder if I shouldn’t have done it . dare to share…”
For the uninitiated, a pre-recorded dinner was created on YouTube where the band members talk about their future plans. Dinner was planned at BTS’s former home where the members lived together before they started living on their own. When talking about memories, Suga said, “7 boys living together is not easy. V alias Kim Taehyung mentioned that they got closer when they started living alone.
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However, the moment turned emotional when Yoongi said that the members should now talk about their hiatus. RM, the team leader said: “I feel lost. After releasing Butter and Permission to Dance, I started to feel like I didn’t know what kind of band we were anymore. What kind of music do we want to make? What do we mean? I think we should have taken this break a long time ago, but we keep putting it off.
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