BTS members often draw everyone’s attention with their posts on social media. Jungkook, for his part, demonstrated his influence with a Tweet that made it to the list of most iconic posts since the platform’s inception.
Although the boys do not use their group Twitter account very often, when one of them publishes something ARMY goes crazy on the social network. Jungkook is no different, over the years the idol has managed to go viral with his posts, but one in particular is the most iconic.
The British newspaper “The Guardian” recently published an article entitled “The greatest successes in the history of Twitter” analyzing in the article “the most well-known and notorious tweets in the 16-year history of the company“.
BTS' Jungkook’s tweet of himself singing ‘Never Not’ is one of the greatest hits in Twitter’s history, according to The Guardian.
The tweet was the No.1 most retweeted in 2019 and the No.2 most retweeted in 2020. pic.twitter.com/d4mZZULpJ5
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In the list full of amazing, meaningful and strange Tweets was a post from the BTS account, a post from the K-Pop boy group Golden Maknae, a cover of Lauv‘s song “Never Not” shared in May 2020.
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“BTS, the South Korean boy band, has nearly 50 million followers, so they rank high on major retweet charts. In this one, lead vocalist Jungkook sings ‘Never Not’ by American singer-songwriter Lauv.
It had 1.5 million retweets“, writes The Guardian.
In the video, Jungkook showed off his beautiful voice in the comfort of his bedroom and in loose clothing. At the end of the video, the idol made his fans swoon with cuteness when he misunderstood the words and cutely turned off the video.
Jungkook singing NEVER NOT with his angelic sweet voice is the most retweeted in 2019 and 2020pic.twitter.com/vS4p425SeP
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The BTS member wrote “Never not” with a purple heart in the caption of the video, viewed more than 41.9 million times. Although idols are not very active on Twitter, without this post the list would not be complete.