BTS’ Kim Taehyung aka V Posts Thirst Trap; Jimin shares heartfelt note for ARMY after proofread

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Kim Taehyung aka V and Jimin

K-pop supergroup BTS’s new album Proof has created a storm since its release on Friday. According to the agency’s report, more than 2 million copies of his new album have been sold on the first day. Amidst all this, members gave ARMY more reasons to be happy as they shared several pictures and videos on their personal social media handles. While, Jimin shared a happy picture breaking her Insta siesta on Instagram, Kim Taehyung aka V gave up her midnight (IST) thirst trap, leaving ARMY to need more. Jimin also shared a selfie on his Twitter handle along with a heartfelt note to show his concern for his fans. He tweeted in Korean, which translates to English, “I had a really happy time. Everyone, please get home safely. Thank you very much Army.”

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Jimin’s sweet gesture sent ARMY into a meltdown and they erupted in sweet reactions to his tweet. One fan wrote, ‘I miss you Jimin. Thank you for always working so hard for us. We love you so much.” Another fan said, “Jimin you’re amazing, so glad to see you enjoying yourself you worked so hard and you deserve it.. Thanks for the beautiful picture. Be happy and healthy until we meet again.”

On the other hand, Kim Taehyung aka V shared a video of herself on a song. He was also seen playing with the camera on his face between green, blue and red lights. He also shared a close-up view of his hand, in which his veins were visible.

Fans call him ‘Daddy’ Taehyung and also share how he shares enticing videos at odd times. One of the fans wrote, “Tahyung ain’t giving up” I’m drunk and I want to be slut on my Instagram so one person can see it. And then I’ll delete it when they see “vibes” from it.

about the evidence

Proof sold more than 2 million copies on its first day of release, its entertainment agency said on Saturday. The anthology album had sold a total of 2.15 million copies as of 11 p.m. Friday, just 10 hours after it became available in the market, according to South Korean music chart, Huntio Chart, news agency Yonhap reported. This was the second time the boy band’s album sales exceeded 2 million on the first day, following their fourth album, “Map of the Soul: 7” in 2020.

Its title song, “Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moment),” immediately topped the real-time charts of major online music services, and its music video posted on YouTube garnered nearly 50 million views.