BTS band is one of the most popular bands in the world, all thanks to the catchy and trendy songs they produce. Moreover, RM, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, V, Suga and J-Hope have attracted millions with their charm and style. Just recently, they released their second English based song, titled, Butter which crashed some YouTube records. The song amassed 20 million views on YouTube in just an hour, well, one can now imagine the influence and impact on music lovers. After the mega-success of the BTS song, Butter, RM, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, V, Suga and J-Hope conducted an online session with their fans where they were seen playing ‘Butter Jenga’. Amidst the game, RM feels he sees himself in bankruptcy. But why?
Well, in the Butter Jenga game, the BTS members will have to do a challenge that is written on each block. Failing to do so, the person will have to face the unexpected and hilarious consequences. RM was the first one to play the game and unfortunately, he loses the game as he failed to complete the challenge of eating a butter cookie and whistling within 10 seconds. Jin playfully counted 10 to 1 within a fraction of time and that’s how they managed to fail RM. The penalty is that RM will have to sponsor meals for the rest of the BTS members from his personal credit card. Seeing this, he said, “Please write a news article, titled should be BTS fixes a Jenga game.”
To which, Jin started a rumour saying, "RM’s personal card is good and his credit card is rumoured to have a limit of KRW 100 billion.” To which, RM replied, "Wow, I see that I’ll really go bankrupt. I see bankruptcy in my near future.” Haha.
The next challenge was given to Jimin who has to pull off a dance form with utmost charisma. He tries to do one which leaves the entire cast in splits. ALSO READ: BTS Shares An Uplifting Message For Indian Fans Amid COVID-19 Crisis: 'Never Lose Hope'
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