BTS’ Jimin Is Full of ‘Gratitude & Honor’ for White House Experience
BTS joined White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on May 31 to share a heartfelt testimony against the devastating rise of Asian-targeted hate crimes in the United States for AAPI Heritage Month.
Jimin shared his thoughts about Weverse, a Korean app and web platform that was created by South Korean entertainment company Hybe Corporation. To BTS’ loyal fanbase, he wrote: “Dear ARMY. This is Jimin.” “Are your doing well?” We are humbled and grateful to have been invited to speak on behalf of our ARMYs, who hail from so many nationalities, ethnicities, and cultures around the globe
” I can’t deny that standing in front [of the world], and representing you, I still feel like I have a lot of learning to do and wonder if [of the honor],” Jimin is deserving. “Speaking with an apology heart, I worry that I may have worried you about my lackluster ways. Moving forward, I will work harder for you to see my growth and to assure you that everything will be fine .”
Soon enough, the hashtag #WeLoveYouJimin became a trending topic on Twitter. ARMY flooded the star with support and joy, and Jimin posted on Weverse for his first time in a while.
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— yunseo7 (slow) (@btsinthemoment) June 2, 2022
” We were devastated by the recent rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans, but we want to put an end to it and support the cause. Jimin spoke earlier in the week to the White House press conference, expressing confidence and expressing his gratitude.
Watch all seven members of BTS speak out against violence toward Asian Americans here.
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