Some ARMY have been bringing others’ attention to something that happened on the day BTS released their MV for the title “ON.”
With success comes a lot of hate and since BTS is the biggest boy group in the world and one of the bestselling artists, it’s likely they’ll have haters who are out to cause them issues and fans seem to believe that’s the case with this new revelation.
Some ARMY have noticed that on the day “ON” MV was released, some twitter accounts had been bragging about reporting the MV for ‘child abuse’ attempting to get it flagged and disrupt the hard work the fans have been putting in to make new records.
Constantly flagging any video on YouTube would probably result in a team member of YouTube taking a look at the video to assess the situation. Some ARMYs believe that their attempts had actually caused issues with the views, while others disagree.
The reason for flagging the content ‘child abuse’ is unknown but it seems to be connected to the child actress present in the MV. Regardless, fans believe it’s such a low move from haters who are trying to bring down BTS.
A BIG MOTHERFUCKER TO ALL MOSQUITOES OUT THERE. Y’ALL BULLSHIT CRAP BITCH
MOSQUITOES IS SABOTAGING OUR GOALS & THEY’RE DOING MASS REPORT BTS ON MV
YOUTUBE DELETE OUR 30M-60 M VIEWS!!! #ONVIDEOPARTY pic.twitter.com/NO3Gu6qSTL
— MY YOONGI MONTH (@selfwithluv) February 28, 2020
2. STOP REPORTING THE MV FOR CHILD ABUSE!!!! Y’all have to be really fucking petty to report a mv for child abuse just for your own gain. Blinks and exol’s act like hating on us and bts is going fix whatever is going on in their own lives. smh
— ⁷✰ (@lyshtamotsp) February 29, 2020
I can’t belive that Youtube deleted 67M views from Bts On MV??
And I heard that ex*ls and bl*nks are doing a massive report of the music video as “child abuse” ?
I am not just an army I am also a bl*nk and ex*l but some of them are toxic and rude.
— seulgi⁷ (@gaymochiii) February 29, 2020
#YtBring67MBack Now I understand. Youtube deleted almost 70M views because some are reporting BTS’ ON official mv as child abuse. What did we armys do to all of you to have this? :’> Please guys report those Twitter accounts pic.twitter.com/lr4KnHd3to
— Tanni TaeTae (@TanniSumaya) February 28, 2020
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What do you think of this?