BTS Jungkook’s privacy continues to be violated
BTS’ Jungkook is facing the alarming situation that his personal information has been leaked, which will have serious consequences.
On May 4th, BTS’ Jungkook made a post on the official Weverse fan community. “Please do not send me groceries to my home. Even if you do, I won’t eat it. I appreciate the thought but I take care of myself so please use the money for yourself.”
He added, ” Please. If you send it again I will look for the order number. So please stop. »
It looks like Jungkook is taking a tough stance considering his private information has been leaked multiple times. When Jungkook bought an apartment in Seongsu-dong, Seoul in the past, his personal financial situation, including the fact that he had taken out a loan, was also disclosed.
A similar situation occurred last year when Jungkook was in the US for the 2022 Grammy Awards and a concert in Las Vegas.
At the time, the BTS member was hosting a live broadcast before receiving multiple calls on his home phone. Jungkook warned him: “Please don’t make phone jokes” but the phone harassment continued.
As the phone kept ringing, Jungkook expressed his discomfort and said: “Hey, you’re watching the show right now, aren’t you? Who are you ? Who Makes Prank Calls?
“Stop it. I don’t like that ringtone. It’s annoying. It’s scary. It’s embarrassing. When I hear the bell, I get goosebumps.”
While it may seem like a hoax to some, the situation can multiply and become a bigger problem for the disturbed person.
Jungkook has already expressed his exhaustion, but the problem is still unresolved.
The same situation applies to the other BTS members, who have also faced awkward situations due to personal information disclosure and excessive sasaeng fans. You always have to live in a state of tension.
Privacy is an unsolvable problem for celebrities. With increasing notoriety, interest follows like a price tag.
Everyone loves celebrities and wants to know everything about them, but that doesn’t mean they have to share their personal lives.
The grim reality of being forced to disclose and publicize one’s private life and face the consequences requires appropriate action, not mere uneasiness.
Jungkook had previously complained about his privacy being violated by phone calls from sasaeng fans and being escorted on private viewings.
Jungkook’s new post has fans alarmed because it means fan sasaengs (obsessed fans who stalk a celebrity and invade their privacy) already know his address.
Korean netizens also commented on the situation, writing:
Stop calling her sasaeng. They are criminals
I remember someone saying that sasaeng fans pretend to be courier drivers.
HYBE, let’s punish the tyrants!
It’s not just about shipping food. Who knows what they put in there.
People like you give me goosebumps. Why can’t they understand how scary they are?
HYBE, do something!
HYBE needs to take this seriously. Don’t wait for something bad to happen to take action.
Shipping groceries means they already know the address. I have goosebumps. That’s an annoying scream. Celebrities are people too.
They call on purpose to verify that the number is correct while the idols are broadcasting their live broadcast.
What does HYBE do?
How did the sasaengs find out his address?
These criminals should be prosecuted.
They already know it’s wrong, but they keep going. Let’s go after them.
Jungkook must be having a really hard time.
I hope they will protect Jungkook.
A KORAIL employee accessed RM’s personal information from BTS 18 times in three years