BTS’s Suga Sends ARMY Into A Frenzy After Video Call Fansign

The rizz is unmatched.

BTS’s Suga recently finished the U.S. leg of his solo works tour and returned to South Korea on May 19, KST. The Asia leg kicks off in less than a month, but the rapper appears to be booked and busy in between as well.

The following day of his arrival back in Korea, Suga held a “movie date” with 350 lucky ARMYs. He spent some quality time with fans, performing some of the tracks from his latest album D-DAY, watching music videos, and answering questions.

After the event, he headed straight to his next schedule, where he interacted with more ARMYs in a video call fansign.

Suga had been visibly excited about this event ever since its announcement, given that this was the first time he got to experience something like this. The BTS members have never done video fan calls as a group, and Jimin was the first of them to do it for his solo album Face‘s promotion. Suga let fans know that he was preparing meticulously, taking notes from newer idols, and keeping up with trends to fulfill fans’ requests.

Only 50 lucky fans got the chance to talk to Suga on a video call, and some of them shared fun stories of their interaction. He finally got to do the “I’m sorry for being cute” challenge for a fancall,

but when another fan hopped onto a newer trend and asked him how he would react if all his fans turned into cockroaches, Suga was left too stunned!

But nothing had ARMYs prepared for the way he greeted some of the callers at the very beginning of their conversation. One fan shared a video where Suga started the call meowing, quite literally.

Another fan had missed the first time her phone rang. When she picked up the second time, Suga greeted her, saying, “You’re late!

A third fan shared a video of him greeting them on the call, saying, “Jagiya” (darling), making the entirety of the fandom lose its marbles.

The third clip was so lethal, ARMYs couldn’t take it calmly anymore. It even ended up on the trending topic list on Twitter.

With each day, society gets closer to understanding why that legendary fangirl had threatened to sue Suga at a fansign years ago. He is, indeed, a dangerous man.


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