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Indonesian BTS ‘Army’ tells fans to respect Suga’s privacy following star’s arrival in Jakarta (VIDEO)

Malay Mail
Malay Mail

KUALA LUMPUR, May 25 — Jakarta will be hosting K-Pop superstar Suga with BTS member to hold his three-day solo concert there as part of the Agust D TOUR IN JAKARTA from May 26 to May 28.

The star, whose real name is Min Yoon-Gi will take centrestage at the Indonesia Convention Centre in BSD City.

His arrival however at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport on Wednesday night, have seen a fair number of videos of the superstar’s arrival surfacing online, much to the disapproval of BTS fans, nicknamed 'Army'.

In the videos, Suga, clad in white striped jacket and shorts, can be seen exiting from the plane along with security escorting him.

Another video showed the South-Korean rapper making his way to his ride and a fan can be seen running towards him before being stopped by security.

Indonesian BTS Army have since come out in full force on Twitter, pressuring those who uploaded Suga’s arrival videos to be taken down, calling for respect for the rapper’s privacy.

“Please takedown this video, don’t be rude,” tweeted user aay.

“This is invading Yoon-Gi’s privacy, please take it down,” tweeted user zaa.

Screenshot of the Indonesian BTS Army pressuring a twitter user to take down the video of Suga's arrival at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. — Screenshot via Twitter/Olivjin
Screenshot of the Indonesian BTS Army pressuring a twitter user to take down the video of Suga's arrival at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. — Screenshot via Twitter/Olivjin

Screenshot of the Indonesian BTS Army pressuring a twitter user to take down the video of Suga's arrival at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. — Screenshot via Twitter/Olivjin

The Indonesian Army had run a mini campaign on Twitter warning other Suga fans from crowding the airport for his arrival by using the #NoINDOMYAtAirport hashtag.

The videos however have also spread to other social media platforms such as Facebook and TikTok.

The videos are also currently being reuploaded on Twitter even though some have been taken down.