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Updated December 30th, 2023 at 10:16 IST

BTS J-Hope shares playful video with Jimin as he bids farewell to 2023 | Watch

BTS J-Hope aka Jung Hoseok recently surprised ARMYs by posting a playful video with fellow band member Jimin on his social media handle.

BTS J-hope and Jimin
BTS J-hope and Jimin | Image:X
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BTS J-Hope aka Jung Hoseok recently surprised ARMYs by posting a playful video with fellow band member Jimin on his social media handle. Sharing the video, J-hope bid farewell to the year 2023. In the video, Jimin was seen shaving Hoseok's head ahead of his mandatory military enlistment.

BTS J-Hope shares adorable video with Jimin

In the video shared by J-Hope, Park Jimin asked him, “How do you feel?” to which Hoseok responded with a hint of fun and laughter, “How do you think? Ah, the hair went into my mouth!”

Soon after, J-Hope stated, "Alright, from here, let's hand it over to the professional!" before bursting out into laughter. Sharing the video and photos, he captioned, "Adios 2023." J-Hope, like other members from BTS, are currently enlisted in the military and fulfilling their duties as responsible citizens.

BTS' agency issued statement about filing many criminal complaints

BigHit music, that has been handling BTS for many years, recently issued a statement where they informed about having filed criminal complaints about many individuals, for varied crimes and felonies including stalking the BTS members, impersonating them etc.

The agency also mentioned that those who ‘repeatedly visited artists’ residence’ were reported to the police authorities for ‘allegations of violation of the Act on Punishment of Crime of Stalking and Trespassing’ and that police have initiated a thorough investigation into the matter.

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Besides these stalking reports, a report has also emerged about an individual who not only impersonated one of the BTS members, but also released music on their name, claiming to be ‘leaked music’ from the band. This part of BigHit’s statement read, “We have obtained evidence of additional crimes of artist impersonation. Additional criminal charges have been filed against the impersonator, leading to arrest and indictment. The trial is pending, awaiting the court’s verdict.”

BigHit also informed that they are “applying a zero-tolerance policy as they take legal action in civil and criminal proceedings against malicious rumours that undermine artists’ reputations.” The agency concluded their statement with a gratitude note for all fans. 

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Published December 30th, 2023 at 10:16 IST

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