BTS have a massive and crazy fan following all over the world. The seven guys have left fans surprised with their singing. However, they are also good human beings and they have proved it every time. On South Korea's Children's Day, BTS member J-Hope had the best way to celebrate it. He celebrated it by donating generously to a cause close to his heart. As per reports, BTS member J-Hope donated 100 million won (USD 89,000) for children who are victims of violence in Africa. The singer made a huge contribution through a Korean charity he supports.
As per the charity organisation, the singer expressed hope that his donation will offer a helping hand to all children in need. Over the past three years, J-Hope has reportedly contributed over 700 million won. He often does charity works and chooses to give back to society and support causes. BTS had recently announced their second English single Butter on May 21. The song is a dance pop track that promises to cater the smooth yet charismatic charm that the group is loved for. The band kept their viewers engaged for over an hour to announce the new single through YouTube live stream. Hence, Amul Butter India has released new caricatures to depict the topic. The new topical has the septet RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, receiving bread and butter from the Amul girl herself.
The band recently unveiled the logo of their new single, Butter. It was not just a normal unveil. They had an hour-long video and it showed an animated butter melting. You can hear kitchen noises in the video. The video has got more than 12.9 million views so far on YouTube.
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