BTS aka Bangtan Boys, K-pop boy band, pays a visit to the White House regarding Asian Hate!

BTS putting their global clout to good use!

BTS, a K-pop supergroup, pays a visit to the White House.

On Tuesday, the South Korean music singers paid an official visit to the White House.

And he spent over half an hour with President Biden discussing the current surge in anti-Asian hate crimes. Inclusion and diversity of Asians are also important.

During their White House visit on Tuesday, BTS appeared as “Dynamite.”

RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook all wore matching suits from Tailorable, a Korean menswear company.

President Joe Biden met with BTS to examine the surge of anti-Asian hate crimes.

The chart-topping duo has previously worn the Seoul-based label, including on the cover of Time magazine and at the Grammys and the American Music Awards in 2022 and 2021, respectively.


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“It’s an honor to have a #TAILORABLE suit [sic] for the meeting between @bts.bighitofficial and US President Joe Biden,” the rapper tweeted.

“I wish you an America free of prejudice and intolerance against Asians, minorities, and Indians,” the brand stated on Instagram.

BTS supporters, also known as ARMY, flocked to the store to buy trendy clothing.

Hundreds of fans waited outside the White House for the band to arrive.

BTS’s presence in the White House

During a White House press briefing, new White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre introduced members of the South Korean ensemble, saying, “I know, it’s not about me.

“We are amazed that music created by South Korean musicians reaches so many people around the world, transcending languages and cultural barriers,” Jungkook said during the briefing, thanking ARMY for their support. “We feel that music is a magnificent and amazing unifier of all things.”

“The recent spike in hate crimes, especially hate attacks against Asian Americans, has saddened us.”

“We’d like to take this occasion to voice ourselves once more to put a stop to this and support the cause,” Jimin added.

BTS generally wears Louis Vuitton outfits on red carpets as worldwide brand ambassadors for the European luxury company.

They recently stepped out in coordinated Vuitton suits on the Grammys 2022 red carpet, wearing chocolate brown, cream, camel, and blue suits with whimsical lavender shirts and flowery details.

BTS demonstrated that they “speak the talk and live the walk” by supporting a Korean brand on this critical occasion.

BTS claims that the US hate crimes have left them “devastated.”

Furthermore, the White House praised BTS’ floppy-haired, trendy phenomena.

As “young ambassadors who transmit a message of hope and positivity around the world.

Similarly, BTS, a South Korean K-pop supergroup, used their White House visit on Tuesday to highlight the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes in the US.

Before meeting with President Joe Biden, Park Ji-min, also known as Jimin, said through a translator that the organization is “devastated by the recent spike of hate crimes.”

Suga, another member, pleaded for patience, stating, “Being unique isn’t a bad thing. I believe that equality begins when we embrace all of our uniqueness.”


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All seven members of the K-pop sensation walked to the White House briefing room podium, briefly addressing reporters gathered for Press Secretary Karine Jean-daily Pierre’s back-and-forth.

The boy band arrived at the White House with a serious message, dressed in matching dark suits and ties with white shirts.

According to the White House, Biden was invited to “explore the importance of coming together in solidarity.

Asian inclusion and representation, and combating anti-Asian hate crimes and discrimination, which have become more prevalent issues in recent years.”

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Similarly, during the coronavirus pandemic, anti-Asian attitudes and violence have risen to their peak. Moreover, it is seen in the United States, a trend that many ascribe to the Covid-19 epidemic’s aftermath.

Biden’s Republican predecessor, Donald Trump, referred to the pandemic as “the China virus” and mocked it as “Kung flu” after an outbreak in Wuhan, China.

The pattern stands out in a sea of rising violent crime, with the most terrible incidents taking place in the Atlanta area.

A man opened fire at massage spas, killing eight people, six of them were Asian women.


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The members of the band, who are all in their twenties and frequently wear earrings and lipstick, have given a voice to a generation that is comfortable with gender diversity.

Despite doing fewer shows during the pandemic, they are credited with generating billions of dollars. This led to the South Korean economy, and their label’s earnings soared.

Biden has repeatedly reached out to young celebrities and social media influencers in an attempt to add some glitz to his team’s social and health-care agenda.

Even though, at the age of 79, he is the world’s oldest president.

In ads to convince young Americans to obtain their Covid-19 immunizations, these included pop singer Olivia Rodrigo and the Jonas Brothers.

Written by Jeni Watson

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