TS is always on Twitter’s trend’s list, so ARMYs are pretty used to seeing the boys’ names on there. But fans are not the only ones who are trending RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook on the social media platform, as some of them are non-K-pop fans who are whipped by the members’ charm and talent.
America’s Got Talent recently shared a video of BTS’ performance of their latest hit Dynamite. Wearing an outfit that they wore on the official music video, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook took everyone to a fun location complete with amusement park rides and fireworks.
After watching their performance, ARMYs and locals took to Twitter to express their feelings. Jimin, in particular, snatched a lot of hearts that his full name “Park Jimin” quickly trended on the platform.
“Hey BTS stans, who is the one in the Gucci bomber jacket?” one asked. “I can’t take my eyes off of that guy in the Gucci jacket!” another one shared.
ARMYs responded to these inquiries by telling them the guy in the Gucci bomber jacket is Park Jimin. This was repeated numerous times, which is why JM’s full name instantly trended. Aside from that, fans were also tweeting about Jimin, adding to more tweets under his name.
Jimin is the complete package. He can sing, dance, and he can even act. On top of it all, the BTS star is blessed with extremely good looks.
It’s no secret that BTS’ fanbase is not limited to girls as there are a lot of K-pop fanboys out there. But what makes things different from Jimin is that he’s turning them into fangirls.
Highly popular YouTuber PewDiePie openly admitted to being a K-pop fan in 2017. Since he has been one of the largest YouTubers on the platform with over 100 million subscribers, it’s quite easy to see that he wasn’t saying that for attention.
But even the most experienced YouTuber is not ready for Jimin. After watching the BTS star’s scene in the “Blood Sweat & Tears” music video, he simply said, “I like men now. This just in. I like men now.”
The feeling that Jimin is making people feel is so bizarre yet relatable at the same time. This is exactly the reason why the “Filter” singer is one of the most popular artists in the K-pop industry.