BTS Jungkook’s latest tweet of his new blue hairdo with the caption translated to “self dyeing” has been making headlines on countless media worldwide and caused a fever on all social platforms ever since it dropped.
Billboard News reported about Jungkook’s new blue hair as one of their top stories of the day alongside the news about Drake and Billie Eilish, on their channel.
Billboard also released an article “BTS' Jungkook Dyed His Hair Blue & the ARMY Is Convinced He's Dropping His Mixtape Soon” which created a buzz surrounding Jungkook’s hugely anticipated mixtape, or what fans called “JJK1.”
Another mainstream U.S. media, Page Six which is the celebrity gossip site under the popular New York City’s tabloid The New York Post, highlights Jungkook’s new blue hair as the top news on their site. The article titled “BTS’ Jungkook dyes hair blue, fans go wild” is featured on Page Six Style’s main page, in addition to it being posted on their official Twitter account.
Jungkook has proven his solid popularity in the United States time and time again. Even the simplest move from him made huge headlines in U.S. mainstream media. It’s safe to say that Jungkook’s presence is as strong as any other famous American singers and Hollywood stars in the country right now.
In addition, many reputable media worldwide reported about Jungkook’s latest Tweet on their news channels, including Entertainment Tonight, E! News, and India’s Editorji.
Aside from that, Jungkook’s blue hair tweet has been setting major Twitter records on its own, living up to his title as the “King of SNS” for the umpteenth time.
It is the fastest tweet by an individual artist and the second fastest in the world after 44th U.S. president Barack Obama to reach 2 million likes on Twitter, in just 7 hours.
It is also the fastest Tweet by a singer to achieve 1 million retweets. With this new addition, Jungkook is now the first and only person in the world to have 5 tweets with over 1 million retweets.