BTS ARMYs in Korea Outraged as Controversial Protest Trucks Swarm HYBE Headquarters

In a sudden online upheaval, an incendiary post entitled “The Truck Sent To Protest Against BTS Re-signing With (HYBE)” has taken the internet by storm.

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The viral post featured compelling images capturing the presence of numerous protest trucks stationed outside the headquarters of HYBE, the entertainment powerhouse behind global sensation BTS.

Online Community’s Disappointment 

These eye-catching trucks were bedecked with banners lambasting HYBE, accusing the company of alleged discrimination against select BTS members and purportedly failing to shield them from vicious online comments and baseless rumors.

The collective voice of netizens resonated with their dissatisfaction, levying accusations of favoritism against the label and raising concerns over undue pressure on BTS members to renew their contracts.

Recent revelations have shed light on the origin of these contentious protest trucks, tracing them back to a specific fan community notorious for disseminating unfounded rumors concerning BTS members. 

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This disclosure has only served to inflame the growing criticism from netizens, who have begun to question the authenticity of these self-proclaimed “fans.”

Commentary from the online community has been rife with disappointment and exasperation aimed squarely at the fan group responsible for the protest vehicles.

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“We are against BTS re-signing with HYBE, the label that doesn’t protect the members from malicious rumors.”

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We are against BTS re-signing with HYBE, the label that is biased in how they support certain members.” 

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We are against BTS re-signing with HYBE, the label that discriminates certain members”

A significant number of individuals expressed disbelief and dismissed the protestors as “fanatics,” vehemently asserting that genuine fans would never condone or partake in such behavior.

Netizens’ comments:

  • Those people (who sent the truck) aren’t fans. Who do they think they are?”
  • “Please, will those crazy people in that community and the people fighting with them on this post disappear together?”
  • “How are they fans?… It’s been years since all of the normal fans left that community, and now only the crazies remain.”
  • “Wow, they are the worst.”
  • “I mean, why are they trying to butt in the members’ business. Why would fans care where the members sign with.”
  • “There is no way that there are normal fans left in that community. Their community seems like a gathering place for the crazies.”
  • “Why would they spend money on the trucks when the members already re-signed?”
  • “I was wondering who would do that until I learned who it was. Those aren’t real fans.”
  • “Sigh, why did trash creep out?”
  • “That community is not for real fans. Real fans don’t go there.”

Amidst this contentious backdrop, HYBE recently issued an official statement, putting to rest the speculations and affirming that all BTS members have indeed renewed their contractual commitments with the esteemed entertainment label.

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