BTS’ Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

BTS’ Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

BTS’ Jungkook has repeatedly revealed that sasaeng fans (extreme fans) have invaded his privacy.

These sasaengs will stop at nothing to get close to their favorite performers and are ready for anything. For example, they call artists’ home numbers during their live broadcasts.

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In recent months, Jungkook has asked fans who follow him on his personal dates to respect his privacy.

Actually He revealed that some fans were waiting for him at his gym.

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On May 4th, Jungkook made a post on Weverse that greatly worried fans.

The idol told what happened in his house. Apparently, some sasaeng fans (extreme fans) had food sent to their homes.

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

“Please don’t send me home delivery.

I’m not going to eat it anyway.

I’m grateful for that thought, but I can eat just fine on my own.

So please take care of your own meals.

If you send it again I will check the order number on the receipt and take action.

So stop it »

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

Korean fans think they found the Instagram account of this person who sent food to Jungkook.

What’s even more concerning is that there are many horrifying posts about the idol.

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

One of the pictures posted shows a knife with the inscription: ” I’m going to kill Jungkook, wait a little longer. »

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

This person even said that she was the one who sent Jungkook the food to his house. But since Jungkook refused to eat, the netizen called him rude and said she could easily kill him.

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BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

Fans worried about Jungkook said they would call the police about him/her, but the netizen said not to worry because he/she thinks he/she can’t be stopped .

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

The person in question also created a Twitter account and promised to keep people updated on Jungkook.

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

In Instagram Stories, this person appears to be using a translator to speak Korean.

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

“No one here understands me. I’m sad because Jungkook is Jungkook but you wouldn’t know. I cried all night. »

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

ARMYs discovered that the user is actually known by a different name. It appears that the person in question is actually Amina (formerly of Biko, rigkj_holl and swhgyt), a 17 year old girl.

The sasaeng reportedly lived in South Korea and was given Jungkook’s address. Fans have realized that his current IP address is actually in Indonesia, so they hope that Jungkook really can’t be harmed.

Still, fans are worried after seeing these death threats against Jungkook. They ask HYBE to respond accordingly and protect their idol.

The hashtag #ProtectJungkook is trending on Twitter.

They’ve also made sure to explain to everyone how to report BigHit, hoping the agency will realize the situation.

BTS' Jungkook Receives Threats, Fans Ask BigHit for Response

We hope that Jungkook will be protected by the agency.