BTS' Jimin aka Park Jimin is the cutest and the most adorable member of the K-pop boy band. His antics always crack the other members of BTS while his caring nature towards everyone always makes us gush over him. He acts like a caring mummy to his bandmates sometimes and he is the most adorable human being ever. However, his goofy and quirky side is the most talked-about thing amongst ARMY. So, we came across a Bangtan Bomb video in which we saw Jiminshi in his element, making everyone laugh out loud. It so happened that BTS boys were decorating the room for a segment. While other members such as Jin, J-Hope, Suga, RM, V were busy with work, Jimin entertained them by rapping. And he did not just rap, but he rapped after he inhaled helium. It all came out funny. He kept singing and after a while, everyone just stopped paying him attention. However, continued to sing. Watch the hilarious video below:
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Meanwhile, the BTS is grabbing headlines for their Rolling Stone cover and interviews. Jimin’s interview is out too. So, Jimin was asked whether he would like to be a part of BTS at 40 too? The vocalist of BTS said, “I don’t think I’ve ever really thought of being not a part of this group. I can’t imagine what I would do on my own, what I would do without the team. Even before we debuted my goal was to continue to work with these people, to continue to sing with these people. I think when I become older, and I grow my own beard, I would like to think that at the end, when I’m too old to dance, I would just like to sit onstage with the other members and sing and engage with the fans. And communicate with the fans. I think that would be great, too. So I’d like to keep this going as long as I possibly can.”
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