BTS Fans Are Upset Over BTS Snub At Grammys 2022
"#Scammys" is trending on Twitter.
BTS, which consists of members RM, V, Suga, Jungkook, J-Hope, Jimin and Jin, performed this Sunday at the Grammys awards 2022. The South Korean group was also nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category for their hit song “Butter".
[#오늘의방탄] #BTS in #GRAMMYs!— BTS_official (@bts_bighit) April 4, 2022
We always love you,💜ARMY💜 pic.twitter.com/8cS4ZO1FXU
Unfortunately for the boys, they lost out the to Doja Cat featuring SZA who took home the award for the hit "Kiss Me More.” This announcement caused a wave of anger in the BTS fans community also called the Army.
Armys, who are known to be one of the most devoted fans, shared their disappointment over their favs being robbed for the second year in a row. In 2021 the group was nominated in the same category for their song “Dynamite” but lost out to "Rain on Me" by Lady Gaga featuring Ariana Grande.
Armys took over social media to express their annoyance about what they call “a scam” under the hashtags #Scammys and “#boycottGRAMMYS”.
#OurProudBTS— BlueBlue7 (@BlueAdelia7) April 4, 2022
You make us proud, my beautiful boys.
We are right behind you today and always. #boycotthegrammys #scammys pic.twitter.com/6LfVjPBmYT
BTS did not win the Grammys but their performance remains the highlight of the ceremony and the most tweeted moment of the event.
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