Jungkook’s billboard in Gujranwala taken down by JUI member

To have a good time the twenty fourth birthday of BTS band member JungKook, Pakistan’s BTS ARMY put in a big billboard within the metropolis of Gujranwala. Many had been overjoyed by this improvement whereas Twitter had a area day – till the subsequent afternoon, at the least – following which, the Okay-pop group’s followers had been met with an indignant response.

Seems, hours after its set up, the billboard was vandalised and eliminated by Farhan Adeel Butt, a political employee, who dubbed it ‘fahaash (vulgar)’.

A video shared by Butt on social media hears him name JungKook a ‘hamjins pasand group ka sarbarah (chief of a queer group)’ and his followers ‘ayash tabyat’. He goes on to say that the billboard was taken down after receiving related ‘complaints’ from the neighbourhood. 

Butt had beforehand opposed the feminine marathon race in Gujranwala as effectively and is thought to have raised his voice towards a number of cultural actions.

As for the Pakistani fan base of the Korean boy band, which is loud and proud in its admiration for the Okay-pop group, bathe every member of BTS with extreme love on Twitter annually. They typically make BTS pattern on the micro-blogging website in Pakistan however we suppose they determined so as to add slightly additional effort into their want for JnugKook this 12 months. Particularly since Indian followers had wished the Okay-pop idol by having bus shelter billboards put in.

However, now followers of the group are dissatisfied, and rightfully so. “I hope BTS by no means discover or come to Pakistan… It is for the higher,” wrote a disheartened consumer.

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