BTS’ Suga accepted that he was exposed to COVID-19. The Asian spoke to his fans and told his experience.
The coronavirus pandemic altered the plans of the BTS boys , as they were preparing for an impressive world tour, which due to the health crisis had to be suspended to protect the artists and the millions of fans who follow the group. However, the work for them did not stop and Suga one of their main vocalists confessed that he was exposed to get it while he was working on his new material.
Through a live broadcast with his fans, the vocalist of the renowned South Korean band recounted how he was exposed to COVID-19. According to his testimony, the musician explained that he was in the recording studio that he shares with the rest of his colleagues working on the song August D, when his team staff informed him that he should leave the premises, since it had been confirmed a case close to where he was.
Subsequently, he had to undergo a test to rule out that the virus had infected him and for the peace of mind of all the members of the K POP band and its fans, the results were negative. The ARMY began to viral the singer’s confession and stressed that even in times as special as the one we are experiencing today, both the singer and his colleagues never stopped working.
Despite the suspension of the world tour that was scheduled for this year, the boys of BTS dedicated their time to work on other surprises for their fans, so that in this time of quarantine they had the possibility of enjoying new things and being able to mitigate the pain for the suspended tour. In this way, the group constantly performs live broadcasts to strengthen ties with its followers.