BTS ARMY Furious Over A Leaked Song, Storms Twitter In Anger: “Whoever Leaked It I Hope You Get Disowned!”

BTS ARMY requests fans not to share the leaked song any further (Photo Credits – Instagram)

BTS’s new song was reportedly leaked online, and while some fans are puzzled as to how it happened, others are requesting not to share it any further. The South-Korean band, which has become a global phenomenon over the years, is vying for their permission to dance on stage in Seoul.

Band members Suga, Jin, Jay Hope, V, RM, Jimin, and Jungkook prepares to meet Cena in person, while presenting him a huge show. While fans await the concert, something completely unexpected has happened. A new song from the band has been leaked online.

BTS is expected to release new songs this year, and according to Republic World, a new track from them has been leaked. Ever since the news made headlines, ARMY has asked the group’s record label Big Hit Music to take strict action against it. The song made its way to Reddit and Twitter, and while reports say it was taken down from the former social media site, the latter is still littered with tweets from it.

ARMY has not only requested Big Hit Music to take strict action, but they have also asked others on Twitter to refrain from further sharing the leaked song. Fans are also angry about the culprit behind this. One fan wrote, “No, but not everyone who shares a BTS leaked song is better than the one who leaked it, the artists work hard for it.”

See more responses from ARMY here:

While some had already heard the snippet of the leaked song.

In the midst of all this it is also being said that bts The Permission to Dance on Stage concert, which is from March 10 to 13, won’t make much profit. As per another report, the band can only perform in front of a very small crowd, while the security, staff, lighting etc. will cost heavily.

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