Japan Receives International Humiliation After Fabricating BTS JiMin Apology
BTS member JiMin caused quite a bit of controversy among some people, mostly Japanese, for wearing a t-shirt that celebrated the liberation day of South Korea. The t-shirt was controversial because of a photo that depicted the bombing of Japan during World War 2.
The controversy has caused the idol group to be unable to perform during Asahi TV’s ‘Music Station’.
Just recently, a Japanese show by the name of ‘Leave It To Akko’ was caught red-handed for fabricating stories of BTS member JiMin apologizing for wearing the t-shirt.
While it is true that JiMin connected with Japanese fans during BTS’s dome tour concert and expressed regret and pain over the circumstances, he never apologized for wearing the t-shirt. Which is why the recent fabrication has been under heavy criticism by fans.
Fans have ridiculed not just the TV show but Japan in general as well since the nation has been attempting to take the K-Pop idol’s credit and reputation away ever since the beginning of the controversy but have been failing to do so. And maybe the reason why they are failing is that everyone is fully aware of what transpired in history and have the common sense to understand the context of the t-shirt?
Many fans have stated
“Japan’s specialty is distorting facts.”
“Japan has lied in the past and they are lying now too. Pathetic.”
“They must have an inferiority complex if they went as far as to fabricate an apology.”
What do you think of Japan’s misbehavior?