An ARMY At The Chicago Agust D Concert Found A Loophole To BTS Suga’s “No iPhone” Rule

There’s still hope for ARMYs with iPhones.

BTS‘s Suga has officially taken his SUGA | Agust D D-DAY world tour from the East Coast of the United States to the Midwest, kicking off his first of three shows in Chicago, Illinois.

BTS’s Suga on his “SUGA | Agust D D-DAY” world tour | @agustd/Instagram

Suga began his first solo world tour in New York, completing two nights of unforgettable shows before taking the concert to New Jersey.

While on the East Coast, he also made his late-night talk show debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, leaving an impact on ARMYs with his usual charming and hilarious personality.

BTS’s Suga (left) and Jimmy Fallon (right) on the set of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” | @FallonTonight/Twitter

Although it’s his first solo tour, Suga has expertly filled his solo promotions and the concert stage with his larger-than-life charisma and confidence, and the BTS member seems to be truly savoring the interactions he’s been able to have with ARMYs during his shows.

During his concert in New Jersey, Suga hilariously caught netizens’ attention with his crowd interactions and had Apple iPhone users rushing to disguise their phones when he announced he would only take phones on stage if they were a Samsung Galaxy.

When iPhone users heard the news, they rushed to find creative ways to mask their Apple products with the hope Suga would still grab their phone or at the least find the effort creative and humorous.

At his next stop in Chicago, Suga again interacted with the crowd, and one lucky Apple owner got their wish when the BTS member spotted their disguised iPhone.

Instead of continuing his quest for a Samsung Galaxy, Suga couldn’t help laughing at the creative solution and took the ARMY’s phone… even if it was an iPhone.

Suga showed off the phone’s disguise to the audience before returning it to its owner and continuing his performance.

He hilariously shared that he was almost fooled by a Samsung sticker on one ARMY’s phone and told the crowd he thought it was a Galaxy.

While some ARMYs disguised their phones, others shared they actually bought a new Galaxy thanks to Suga’s influence, proving BTS couldn’t be a better ambassador for Samsung.

Check out how BTS’s Suga began the Samsung trend in the article below!

BTS Suga’s Fan Interactions At His Agust D Concert Have ARMYs Rushing To Get A New Phone


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