BTS ARMY all over the world have been left baffled by the current #AirportTwitter trend, in which more than 80 airports around the world have tweeted the lyrics of the group’s songs. Indian fans of the K-pop group have also joined the confusion after Delhi airport tweeted the lyrics of a BTS song. Fans also started asking if they should start saving money for a gig in case the band was indeed planning to come to India for a tour. Read also| BTS: Airports around the world are turning purple and tweeting the lyrics of the group’s songs; ARMY wonders if a world tour is announced
Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport took to their Twitter account on Friday to share the lyrics to BTS’ 2021 hit Dynamite, which also marked the group’s first song recorded entirely in English. The lyrics said, “Because I-I’m in the stars tonight.” In the tweet, Delhi Airport also added a purple heart, which is a representation of the love between BTS and their fans, along with the hashtags #BTSArmy #BTS #AirportTwitter.”
The tweet quickly went viral, with many fans asking if their many requests made Delhi Airport join the trend. Meanwhile, some fans have tagged other airports in India, asking them to join BTS ARMY. Some thought the tweet meant that BTS would also stop in Delhi on their world tour. One wrote: “It’s happening!!!” while another commented, “Wow…..just waiting for when BTS comes to India.”
Other fans have asked for confirmation if the group is coming to Delhi, so they can start saving money. One of them asked, “Delhi Airport ????!!!!! Oh my god I’m coming I’m saving all on the money. Also hello @bts_bighit, while another commented, “@BIGHIT_MUSIC please deny this ASAP I need to start saving money.” A third wrote: “Omg I’m going to rob the bank…coming soon babies.” Another concerned fan asked, “WTF is happening. BTS flights or circuit? I’m not ready. I’m broke bro. Tell me I need to prep my organs.”
According to some fans, the ongoing phenomenon on Twitter is just a trend that started when Orlando airport tweeted a line from BTS leader RM’s song Moonchild, along with a photo of an airplane. in blue skies on April 25. Other airports then started sharing photos. of purple skies, as well as BTS song lyrics. However, the trend has puzzled many fans hoping to see BTS live.
Meanwhile, BTS members RM, Suga, Jin, Jimin, J-Hope, V and Jungkook returned to Seoul, South Korea earlier this month after their four-day concert in Las Vegas in the States -United. The group will release a new album in June this year.