- Mar 24, 2020
Certain stans within the diverse fandom are apathetic, belligerent, and delusional who believe they have a personal relationship with each member, and they can't do wrong. Now that an US publication is calling out both for anti-blackness is a first. I never would've thought the media would acknowledge the Twitter trend.Finally, toxicity in this fandom reach its limits, people start to see how much problematic they are.
I read the article, I already know what is happening but when I read all in once, this ærmies acts like they are saving the world lol.
It is funny that some people just get offended if someone share a truth about the group, they just try to normalize and act like they know everything or else get salty and directly attack. lol
but I thought bee tea es is always protected by media I don't understand why all this things start at once. yes the timing (BLM) just put fire on the issue but I think it is not just about dispatch. Maybe, just maybe, they are not that much important for the elites anymore since they are getting old and most of the kp*p fans are teenagers and they are not relevant to them as they used to.
It is clear that they are not protected by media like they used to. if this continue, their downfall can be hard.
BTS is emulating and embracing black culture attire, mannerism, and hip-hop beats/music, but yet their agency remains silent. I thought their music is about healing. Where is the healing they promote? The African-american community which influences their music is hurting and is needing healing. Is that too much to ask of them. Yet, they remain silent. If BTS issues a statement addressing the injustice and inequality for being a different color, class, gender, and age, it would be welcomed. I hope I am making sense. Just got off work.