BTS’s Jungkook Calls Out Fans Who Invaded His Privacy By Sending Food To His Home Address

“If you send it one more time…”

BTS‘s Jungkook recently gained attention after calling out fans who had sent food to his private home address.

BTS’s Jungkook | @jungkook.97/Instagram

In the past, Jungkook has proven that he always loves interacting with fans. Like the rest of the members, he can never stop showing love towards ARMYs.

Yet, like any human, he has always been clear with his boundaries. During live broadcasts, Jungkook has called out those phoning him during broadcasts…

You’re watching the VLIVE, right? Who are you? Don’t do it. I don’t like the phone call ringing sound. I’m annoyed and it’s scary. I’m getting goosebumps.

— Jungkook

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Or those who followed him during a private schedule.

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Yet, it seems as if despite Jungkook’s polite requests for ARMYs and fans to respect the members and their personal time, the idol has had to take to Weverse after another inappropriate invasion of his privacy.

On May 4, netizens couldn’t believe it when Jungkook had to take to Weverse to share what had happened to him at his own home. Jungkook revealed that someone had sent food to his house.

Please don’t send delivery food to my house
I’m not going to eat it anyway.
I’m thankful for the thought, but I can eat well on my own.
So take care of your own meals, I beg you.
If you send it one more time, I will check the receipt order number and take action.
So stop it.

— BTS’s Jungkook

| BTS/Weverse

When the post was shared, ARMYs couldn’t stop sharing their anger at the “fans” who made Jungkook feel uncomfortable.

One fan pointed out that although Jungkook said he was “thankful” for the gesture, it didn’t mean he was okay with it happening.

Others shared their anger that someone would go as far as to find his address and make it known that it someone knows where he lives. While it is bad enough following them during private schedules, to go as far as showcasing they know where he lives was too much.

Many also called out BIGHIT MUSIC to protect their artists, especially as it has happened multiple times to many of the artists.

While Jungkook and BTS have always shared their willingness to interact with fans, they also know boundaries are needed and aren’t afraid to call people out. Idols might be celebrities and fans who want to share love, but it shouldn’t come at the cost of their privacy.

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