Big Hit Entertainment goes to war against anti-fans, calls on all ARMYs for support

Big Hit Entertainment urges fans to send proof of malicious rumors, defamatory remarks, and other potentially harmful comments left by anti-fans.

On November 10th, 2016, After months of controversy between BTS and anti-fans, Big Hit Entertainment released an official statement that legal action would be taken against anti-fans.

Big Hit’s statement is in response to actions taken by anti-fans including but not limited to: A 24 hour Twitbomb on May 6th, 2016 planned for after a concert to “out BTS for Plagiarism” with hashtags  that included “OutBTS” and “CopyBoys”;  Claims that BTS Jimin Fainted on purpose during a fan meet for publicity; some of the other BTS members dating fangirls; and much more.

Big Hit stated that the attacks have gotten out of hand and they can no longer ignore them, as they have become harmful to BTS members and Big Hit Entertainment. They also stated that for 10 days they will collect as much evidence as they can to build a case, and are encouraging ARMY and friends to send all evidence to their email, following the procedure below.

Official translation of  Statement and tweet regarding the matter:

If you have seen some of these harmful comments, you may follow these instructions in submitting proof to Big Hit Entertainment.


You have until Sunday November 20th at midnight (Korea standard Time) or Saturday at  November 19th, 2016 at 9 am (Central Standard Time).


Source: NewsNate