BTS JiMin is one of the most beautiful K-Pop idols of this generation and we simply can’t understand why some people would continue to mock his appearance.
Just recently ARMY had to come to BTS member JiMin’s defense again when a Twitter hashtag that compared his appearance to that of a gorilla began to circulate.
The creator of the hashtag retorted back by saying he or she didn’t deserve criticism and that the comparison was based on objective perception.
나참ㅋㅋ고릴라닮은 남자아이돌한테 고릴라닮았다했다고 별 쌍욕을 다듣네 내가 지민이한테 쌍욕을 했냐
제 고소명은 사실적시 릴명훼손 인가요?
릴라릴라 지민 pic.twitter.com/8XMi10VQxD
— 릴라 (@qCSqvz7FREetcms) December 1, 2019
And here’s the interesting part. The supporters of the hashtag began to express how proud they were of the fact that “gorilla” was able to trend on Twitter because of JiMin.
Fans and netizens alike have been accusing the creators of the hashtag of malicious intent. And it’s no surprise that this is quickly becoming an issue not only because of JiMin’s worldwide popularity but also because of how the K-Pop scene is currently reacting highly sensitive to any comments towards celebs with possible malicious intent.
What do you think about the current issue at hand?