the interviewer was 'your fans are obsessed with you' and i'm here like 'do you know what obsession means?' if only they chose their words correctly, i'm not an obsessed person just because i love them. obsession is a sick state and i don't want anyone to call army an obsessed fandom. i hate these interviews.
I mean , do I even need to add something cause you said it all!
Anonymous said:Why do I feel like people are using bts to get views and money. I do believe some are genuine like James Corden but some it’s kind of obvious how they have no interest in them
Anonymous said:i don’t know, even if they’re going to a lot of interviews and everything, it’s still so dull to me. they don’t ask them about their work, future projects or anything important. it’s like they don’t care about their career, they just want to have them so people would see their tv show or listen to their radio. everyone knows they have a huge fanbase and fans are going to follow everything. i really think a lot of people are taking advantage of them. :/
They do use them for money and views but that’t nothing new, it just let’s say kinda got worse now. There are few people who genuinely care about them and treat them how they are suposed to be treated. Take all the concerts and music shows in korea where they were always the last ones to perform. I think it’s unnecessary for me to explain why. And now america also and all the people who are trying to get more attention. It sucks that there is no real interest in their music and things they achieved, especially love yourself campaign. Not a single word was mentioned about that.