“D*ckers” Is The Reason Why K-Pop Companies Should Name Their Fandoms ASAP
Yes, you read that correctly. There’s a new K-Pop fandom, and they’re calling themselves “dickers”.
Every time a group debuts, their fans go through that awkward “who are we?” period where they are nameless. So, new fandoms often assign themselves temporary names until their group’s agency announces the official one.
For example, EXO‘s EXO-L were EXOtics, TXT‘s MOA were TXTers, and f(x)‘s MeU were — for a very long time — Aff(x)tion.
blackpink stans complaining that they don't have a fandom name yet at least you weren't aff(x)tion for the last 6 years pic.twitter.com/lbOUhjw7MS
— ؘlulu (@SANABL0G) November 25, 2016
Brave Entertainment‘s new 9-member boy group DKB debuted on February 3 with “Sorry Mama”, but their fandom is still nameless two months later.
As a result, the fandom has given themself a name that’s as memorable as it is inappropriate: dickers.
brave please can you please give us the fandom name, all these mf here are going crazy calling us dickers djfjfjf
— célia 🐝 (@dkbteezz) April 11, 2020
We want a fandom name!
Please give us what we want!
Fcking stop them for calling themselves dickers. 😭 pic.twitter.com/QORkjjarsW
— F͓̽a͓̽z͓̽ ⁽ᴰᴷᴮ & ᵁᴺᴮ ᵃʳᵉ ᵐʸ ᵇᵃᵇⁱᵉˢ⁾ (@fazz_dkbunb) April 11, 2020
Brave Entertainment might want to announce the real fandom name soon because “dickers” is starting to stick!
Am I the only one who thinks that after announcement of our fandom name we will still call each other dickers??😂
— 𝘛𝘢𝘦⁹⁷ 🌺 (@Tae974) April 11, 2020
Dickers will forever be secretly our real fandom name
— Bri ♡ 🧸 Changkyun (@fromSanrise) April 11, 2020
Just imagine showing up to a K-Pop convention and shouting, “Are there any dickers in here?” to a room full of fans. At this rate, it just might happen!