BTS‘s Jungkook has ARMYs “stressed” out after his latest Weverse post for the most unexpected reason.
At the end of September, Jungkook released his hit track “3D,” featuring Jack Harlow.
On October 6, Jungkook surprised ARMYs with a post on Weverse.
Along with the adorable message, Jungkook posted a very handsome picture of himself from the location where “3D” was recorded.
Yet, it was the photo from Jungkook’s Spotify that had netizens stressed out. In the photo, Jungkook was being a true ARMY and helping by streaming the song… but netizens noticed a problem. After looking at the picture, netizens noticed that Jungkook had the song on a loop.
While it might not seem like an issue, K-Pop fans always warn against looping songs when it comes to helping increase streams. In particular, if a song is looped too often, Spotify sometimes believes it’s a bot and disregards the plays.
So, it wasn’t surprising that the photo got ARMYs “stressed” and shared their reactions online.
after the weverse post idk if i should say “be like jungkook and keep streaming” or “don’t be like jungkook and turn off your loop” :”)pic.twitter.com/yz2XVge4C0
— zoe⁷| busy w uni (@barbiejunkoo) October 6, 2023
jungkook baby the loop — pic.twitter.com/8TAi5wM3x5
— tani⁷ (@stopbeingdelulu) October 6, 2023
Be like Jungkook and stream 3D.
Don’t be like Jungkook and loop 3D. pic.twitter.com/4dtStFdMHi
— Otsukare ⓢ⁷ (@DailyOtsukare) October 6, 2023
But JUNGKOOK dear please don’t loop a song https://t.co/aIQ78CIkEP
— JK DAILYʲᵏ (@Daily_JKUpdate) October 6, 2023
Some fans tried to defend the idol by saying that only he had the right to loop the song and that ARMYs should continue to stream the song so it could properly be counted.
You are not Jungkook. You don’t have a right to loop 3D.
— Mu⁷ (@130613fate) October 6, 2023
Of course, Jungkook can do no wrong, but it’s not surprising that ARMYs are joking about the idol streaming wrong because fans take pride in helping the idol’s songs chart and break records.