BTS Jungkook and Miley Cyrus

BTS’s Jungkook continues to make achievements with his solo single, “Seven”, which almost broke a new record on Spotify. However, recently, the 1997-born singer became the target of unpleasant comments from Miley Cyrus fans.

Miley’s fanbase on Twitter/X mocked “Seven” as Jungkook’s song approaches 1 billion Spotify streams, a record Miley currently holds with “Flowers.” They belittled the song, saying it was not a hit and was only known by teenage fans.

On October 26, Miley’s fanbase mocked “Seven” in one of their tweets. The fanbase wrote, “This cheating and ridiculous song will go down in the history books as the world’s biggest scam. ‘Seven’ isn’t a hit, it’s only known on Twitter by pimply teenagers.”

“Seven”‘s rapid rise to nearly 1 billion streams on Spotify is impressive. It seems that Miley’s fanbase may be afraid of being rivaled and don’t want their idol’s record to be broken by another singer.

Meanwhile, Jungkook will release his solo debut album entitled “GOLDEN” on November 3. The album will contain the idol’s two previously released solo singles, “Seven” and “3D”.

The album “GOLDEN” will contain the title track entitled “Standing Next To You”. Other songs that will also be included on the album are “Closer to You (feat. Major Lazer)”, “Yes or No” and “Please Don’t Change (feat. DJ Snake)”.

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