BTS’s Jimin Misspelled His Name Because He Was Crying, And Now ARMYs Are Emotional With Him

“I’m still crying, hyung!”

BTS just made history by making it to first place on Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart. As of September 1 KST, the group’s fully-English song “Dynamite” beat Cardi B‘s “WAP”, Drake‘s “Laugh Now Cry Later”, and DaBaby‘s “Rockstar” on the American chart.

The BTS members were understandably emotional at the huge achievement. J-Hope agreed with Jimin that he, too, couldn’t sleep after finding out about their charting song.

Jimin: I’m still crying, hyung

J-Hope: Me too ㅠㅠㅠ

The member who was likely crying the most was Jimin! His emotions were so intense, he made one of the most memorable misspellings of his own name so far. Instead of typing the hashtag #JIMIN which notifies the public which member wrote the tweet, he ended it with #JIMIM.

The tweet in question is his touching words of gratitude towards ARMYs, thanking them for helping them achieve their dreams.

Just as Suga said, thank you and thank you again. I’m sorry I don’t know what to write….The tears keep coming…

— Jimin

Fans were so touched, they trended #JIMIM worldwide with thousands of tweets within a few hours.


They were understandably soft at Jimin’s show of emotion.

They also couldn’t help but praise him and remind him of their love.

“JIMIM” is now arguably one of the most powerful typos in ARMY history!