A tweet with false information that was liked over 30,000 likes on Twitter went viral, accusing Seungri of rape and pedophilia. The person describes Lee (Seungri)'s "gruesome" acts in detail, pointing out that he is connected to multiple kidnappings, snuff films, and even murder. The BBC's official Twitter was tagged and the author begged for people to notice this "crucial" information. Of course, the tweet wasn't left unnoticed as retweets grew with every passing minute.
Seungri was never accused of rape, murder, abduction or creation of the so-called snuff films, which include real-life murder. The OP didn't list any sources but this didn't stop the tweet from going viral worldwide.
Later on, the author apologized for lying and deleted the tweet, but kept the thread, obviously not being ashamed by their actions. In screenshots, she can be seen telling people that they regret posting the tweet and everything they wrote was simply her "feelings".
Meanwhile, the OP is eagerly counting their followers, waiting until they finally reach 1k. "But at what cost?" ask many. Why would someone create a fake story in the name of likes?
This situation should be an example to everyone following the Burning Sun case, Seungri's side in particular. There's plenty of unverified information circling around, including fabricated screenshots. Always check the sources.