Unprecedented Record: 17 of the 30 Most-Liked Tweets on Twitter Are from BTS Members

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BTS, a South Korean boy band with seven members, has been breaking records on Twitter with their tweets. According to a tweet by Trung Phan, a writer and entrepreneur, tweets from BTS band-members account for 17 of the 30 most-liked tweets ever. This shows the immense popularity and influence of BTS among their fans and followers.

BTS Twitter record

Phan shared a screenshot of a list of the most-liked tweets on Twitter as of February 21, 2023. The list shows that BTS members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook have posted tweets that have received millions of likes each.

The purple heart emoji is frequently used on Twitter in reference to BTS as it signifies their bond with their fans who are called ARMY (Adorable Representative M.C for Youth). BTS members also have their own animal emojis that represent their personalities and BT21 characters. For example, RM is often associated with a koala emoji since his BT21 character is Koya.

BTS, which stands for Bangtan Sonyeondan (Bulletproof Boy Scouts), debuted in 2013 with their song “No More Dream” from their first album 2 Cool 4 Skool. Since then, they have released several albums and songs that have topped charts worldwide. They are known for their diverse musical style, social messages, and co-writing and co-producing their own material.

BTS has also been recognized for their cultural impact in South Korea and beyond. In another tweet by Trung Phan, he cited a Wikipedia article that stated that pre-COVID, BTS was worth 0.3% of South Korea’s economy and responsible for 1 in 13 tourists that visited the country. BTS has also received numerous awards and honors, including being named Time’s Entertainer of the Year in 2020.

BTS continues to inspire millions of fans around the world with their music and messages. Their latest single “Dynamite” has over 1.6 billion views on YouTube and is nominated for a Grammy Award.

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