‘BE’ is an album where the seven members of BTS participated in creation and direction.
Along this album, the long-waited music video of ‘Life Goes On‘ was uploaded in Youtube and the members shared a sentimental message there.
However, the fandom of this popular kpop group began to say that the large platform removed the views of the video. As a result, they started sharing different opinions using the hashtag #YoutubeIsOverParty.
ARMY claims that YouTube removed the views. They also claimed that fanbases of Blackpink, Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber paid the company to do it.
Several netizens reported it on Twitter and lowered YouTube score in the Play Store and App Store again.