“Don’t Cry” BTS’s Jimin Spills TMI On His Iconic Instagram Post, Exposing The Members’ Unexpected Reactions
BTS‘s Jimin might be an amazing singer, a phenomenal dancer, and truly a visual, but he’s also a hilarious comedian.
While Jimin isn’t as active on Instagram as the rest of the members, the idol recently gained attention after posting a hilariously unexpected video on his account.
On March 5 (KST), Jimin posted a real of himself. While netizens were initially worried as the idol seemed to be crying to the backing track of J-Hope‘s new song, “On the street”…
ARMYs couldn’t stop laughing when the screen quickly switched views and showed a box of crunchy fried chicken.
He then did the same with some ramen!
Of course, it wasn’t just ARMYs who couldn’t hide their reactions to the post as both J-Hope and V replied with laughing sounds. They both seemed shocked that Jimin posted it, with V adding, “I was going to upload it on your birthday.”
It seems like BTS were the first members to see this iconic video, and luckily, Jimin shared some more TMI on the clip when he surprised fans with a live broadcast.
On March 6 (KST), Jimin held a special live broadcast for ARMYs.
During the broadcast, Jimin rewatched his reel and couldn’t stop laughing at the epic video he posted.
While watching the video, Jimin revealed that he was eating chicken and wanted to boast about it. As he was playing games with J-Hope, he sent it to BTS’s fellow dancer, but because J-Hope didn’t respond, he sent it to the BTS group chat instead.
If that wasn’t enough, Jimin shared exactly what happened on the group chat when he first sent the video. Jimin revealed that when he sent the video, an unnamed member had the same reactions as fans and found it hilarious.
Unsurprisingly, despite being in the army, Jin also had the chance to reply, and Jimin explained, “Jin hyung told me not to cry,” proving to be a truly caring older hyung. He ended by saying, “There’s also a member who said I looked like a crazy person.
It was the iconic reactions of the members which gave Jimin the confidence to post the reel online.
I‘m satisfied with the response, so I uploaded to Instagram immediately. I did good, right?
If it wasn’t for the members of BTS, ARMYs might never have seen “Actor Jimin” make an appearance. Although Jimin doesn’t use Instagram often, he has truly cemented himself as iconic.