K-Pop band Bangtan Boys aka BTS made its musical debut in 2013. Ever since, there has been stopping the band as they continue to receive a lot of love. As BTS Army celebrated their anniversary, they decided to shower love on the group. And well, it definitely turned out to be a bunch of overwhelming posts. And there went the trend ‘Thank you BTS’ at the top, on Twitter.
Interestingly, BTS also shared one of their best songs so far, Permission to Dance yesterday. This was their gifts for the BTS Army on the fandom’s anniversary. The song has been an absolute hit with the fandom and in fact, has also highlighted a bunch of social causes, among other things. The new track is part of the K-pop group’s CD single Butter.
In what has been an overwhelming response, there seems to be no stopping the BTS Army. While they write their stories, some have also stood out and hit the chord. Before Permission To Dance, they also did quite their best with ‘Butter’. Even now, it continues to make it to the top of the Billboard charts.
Check out the video of Permission to Dance here:
Check out some of the ‘Thank you BTS’ tweets here:
#ThankYouBTS for giving us a wonderful song and giving freedom in our hearts and mind in times of this pandemic. It feels so great and heartwarming how the song itself made us feel that we are together and having a wonderful day without worrying anything. pic.twitter.com/8LINYH9ZDE
— minyetahh⁷💥 (@min_yoorita) July 10, 2021
— Hęënã ⁷ (@Jm5Jk7Kh1) July 10, 2021
#ThankYouBTS for this amazing birthday gift. This is not only gift but healing song for us 🥺
The vibes that gives hope and positive energy heals us in this pandemic. As a Malaysian, the situation here is hard. And the song truly helped us get through the tough times @BTS_twt 💜 pic.twitter.com/R3M6cv3pVk
— BTS ARMY Malaysia 🇵🇸🇲🇾⁷ (@BTSMY_ARMY) July 10, 2021
Bts released ptd in the month of July which is a disability Pride month so that they enjoy ptd with everyone 🥺 @BTS_twt are so thoughtful #ThankYouBTS for healing the world with your music pic.twitter.com/RUPi819X5l
— Smriti⁷🌹 (@bts_hit613) July 10, 2021
#ThankYouBTS for always having the right words at the right time 💜 both when you share your worries and fears or when you gift us a smile with your brightness, you give us so much strength 🥺 I don't know if you fully realize how much you mean to all of us. Just… thank you 💜 pic.twitter.com/CWuLuypMAJ
— Rami⁷🧈💜 (@IOt7army) July 10, 2021
They have the most generous hearts and they lead with them, in music and in life. And just look where it’s taking them and how much love they receive. @BTS_twt, the 7 of you are all gifts to this world and it’s a better place because you’re here. Thank you! 💜✨ #ThankYouBTS pic.twitter.com/MOmyIhDOuB
— Dear Moon⁷🌛 (@DearMoon246) July 10, 2021
— ⋆ (@mybwits) July 10, 2021
#ThankYouBTS i’m just going to cry now 🥺 how can a group be so inclusive ? permission to dance is just happiness ! including the hearing aid emoji on their bio and this popped up in the mv 🙁 pic.twitter.com/RDlKME0j2n
— ✿⁷࿐･*⊹ (@lysbkth) July 10, 2021
Meanwhile, BTS continues to be in the news a day after their latest song’s release. While fans have been rejoicing the song, they also seem to have raised an issue. It looks like fans are unhappy about Louis Vuitton for leaving BTS member V from their promotional video. In fact, along with ‘Thank you BTS’, another trend is that of ‘BTS is 7’. Since the BTS Army truly cares about how they are represented, and because V is an absolute favourite of many, it did not take a lot to notice.
Apart from that, BTS will will be seen performing their new track on July 13 and 14 on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It will also mark the live debut of their song on TV in the US.