BTS's Jimin has recently opened up about how he copes with the group's hard times in the third episode of the Bring The Soul docuseries.
Much like Bring The Soul: The Movie, which hit international theaters earlier this summer, the follow-up Bring The Soul docuseries highlights the septet’s journey during their 2018 Love Yourself world tour. The docu-series currently airs weekly exclusively on the band’s Weverse app, and this week’s episode, entitled “Relationship,” had the BTS ARMY reaching for tissues.
In particular, fans have been focused on one moment: Jungkook and Jimin’s candid conversation.
Towards the middle of the episode, Jimin shares a post-concert chat over dinner with Jungkook and opens up about coping with the group's "hard” times. “You didn’t hear what I said that day, right? They said, after drinking, I came to the hotel and asked for more soju. Then, I said I'm really lonely,” Jimin begins recounting to Jungkook. “I cried talking about the members.”
Jungkook then teasingly asks Jimin if he cried because he liked his fellow members too much, and Jimin then cuts straight to the feels. "Not because I like you guys so much, but because you guys were all going through hard times. I was too."
"Everyone was telling me not to think too much into it. But in my opinion, we are a team and we'll be together in the future, so how can I not care? I kept saying that's not a team then. You know what I’m talking about right? You understand it’s impossible not to care,” Jimin then says, to which JK agrees.
“If you're sad, just remember that Jimin cried not because he was having a hard time but because the rest of BTS was having a hard time too. Now be sadder,” an ARMY wrote on Twitter. “Drunk jimin told bts that the whole separate rooms in the hotel isnt a good idea bc he will feel lonely and when he opens up to them he cried bc he cares about them so much :(( im so sad tell me how am i supposed to live with this info?” another one added.
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Nick Jonas has a new magazine cover under his belt, but some fans are not pleased to see their favorite on this particular magazine. On September 9, Nick tweeted about his latest cover for Cigar Aficionado magazine, writing, "First person under 30 to hold a cigar on the cover of one of my favorite magazines. So pumped about this one! Thank you @CigarAficMag! Issue on newsstands September 24th." He also posted a few pics from the shoot to his Instagram page, where he can be seen in a black suit, holding a cigar.
We all know that the health risks related to cigar smoking far outweigh the alleged "coolness" of smoking one. According to the Mayo Clinic, cigar smoking is similar to cigarette smoking in that both can increase your risk of getting cancer, lung, or heart disease, and oral diseases; even inhaling secondhand smoke can pose a risk.
Nick has long been a cigar fan; he's been spotted puffing away on one many times, dating as far back as 2015. At almost 27, he's the youngest-ever person to cover Cigar Aficionado magazine; the publication shared that the cover usually goes to older stars, including Michael Jordan and Jack Nicholson.
Fans were quick to call Nick out on Twitter, asking him to consider quitting his cigar habit. "Please stop smoking Nick😔!!! Your voice and laungs [sic] are going to pay all those cigars... Your voice worth so much more," wrote one fan account. "Since when is it an achievement to smoke under 30? Sad," wrote another. One fan had a few suggestions for other things Nick could hold in the picture instead of a cigar, including a chickadee and a Grammy Award.
Others were more direct. "Gross and irresponsible as a singer and a human raised knowing the health risks but okay," tweeted a fan. It's also worth noting that Nick has Type 1 diabetes, and smoking as a diabetic can be risky; the CDC recommends smokers with diabetes quit immediately to see increased health benefits.
Nick has yet to address fan comments about the cover. Teen Vogue has reached out to his team for comment.
We all know that on Justin Bieber’s Instagram he just how much he loves his wife, Hailey Bieber. The singer-songwriter has been known to post lengthy tributes on the ‘gram to the model, sometimes reflecting on the growth of their relationship, or revealing cutesy pet names for his significant other. But when one Instagram user suggested that the Biebs tone down the lovey-dovey honorary pics, the singer had pretty some strong words in response.
On Friday, September 6, Justin shared a picture of Hailey sans makeup that had originally been posted to his Instagram stories. “No makeup, like what??” he added with a flurry of emojis for emphasis.
Unfortunately, Justin’s post was met with an array of negative comments from his followers. Some people shamed Hailey, accusing the model of getting plastic surgery, while others took issue with the fact that Justin wrote “no makeup” while using an Instagram filter. However, one particular comment seemed to catch Justin’s eye.
“You don't need to do this,” an Instagram user wrote in the comments. “If you really love each other, just live and enjoy it without trying to presume to appear or force someone else to see that 'YOU'RE IN LOVE.”
Justin was clearly not having it. “Honoring your wife publicly is actually such an amazing respectful thing to do,” he responded. “It's not only reassuring to her, it's also a way of giving people something to look forward to. I'm not forcing it down anyone's throat, YOU follow ME. Should I not make songs about loving my wife or being in love or is that shoving down my love for her down your throat too. This is my life. Unfollow me if you don't like what I post.”
The singer-songwriter wasn’t the only one who piped in; music exec Scooter Braun also replied to the Instagram user to defend Justin’s tributes to Hailey. “Or you could just unfollow him and allow him to post his love and appreciation for his wife whenever he wants,” he wrote. “If more of us took his example and showed that praise, maybe it would be the status quo and not the exception.”
Plenty of Justin’s fans had the same sentiment. “Why are you guys so mean?” one person wrote. “It’s nice to see when somebody appreciates their other half! It’s his account and he will post whatever he wants.” Another fan commented: “I don’t understand why he’s getting a lot of hate for posting a picture of his wife. If you don’t like what you see, you can simply unfollow.”
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Selena Gomez is still Taylor Swift’s biggest fan. WE STAN!
On September 6, the “Back To You” singer showed her support for her bestie’s new album, Lover, with a sweet shout-out on Instagram. Gomez took to her Instagram Stories last night to share what records she’s been loving lately, from Julia Michaels’ Inner Monologue, Pt. 2 and Polo & Pan’s 2017 throwback track “Canopée” to the title track of Swift’s seventh studio album.
“You’re just ..unreal dude @taylorswift,” Gomez captioned a screenshot of her playing “Lover” as she drew a pink heart over the post. Expressing her gratitude, the 29-year-old superstar then reposted the “Wolves” musician’s post to her own Instagram Stories, writing, “I LOVE YOU SELENA,” with a cute gif of a kitten blowing a kiss.
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Nicki Minaj has issued an apology following her shocking retirement announcement.
The "Anaconda" hitmaker sent fans into a frenzy on Thursday (September 5) after revealing she was officially leaving the music industry to start a family with Kenneth Petty. The original tweet has since been deleted and replaced with an apology, in which she acknowledges she could have been a little more empathetic.
"I'm still right here. Still madly in love with you guys & you know that," the rapper wrote on Twitter. "In hindsight, this should've been a Queen Radio discussion & it will be. I promise u guys will be happy. No guests, just us talking about everything. The tweet was abrupt & insensitive, I apologize babe."
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