BTS’s Jungkook Deletes All Instagram Posts Ahead Of White House Visit, Perplexing Fans

K-pop boy group BTS aka Bangtan Boys hit the United States on May 29 ahead of their meeting with POTUS Joe Biden at the White House in Washington, DC. And, today, May 31, they will finally meet with Biden to discuss Asian hate crimes and what can be done to address the problem.

Hours before the White House meeting, BTS’ golden maknae Jungkook left fans drowning in confusion by deleting all of his Instagram posts. Seeing their icon removing his photos and videos from the social media platform, ARMY took to Twitter to inquire about the same.

One user wrote, “When I saw Jungkook delete the entire Instagram post, I panicked and tried to tell him to stop, but I couldn’t. Hope that go!! (sic)”

Another tweeted, “#junkook wae wae wae We used to cry about #TAEHYUNG, we’re gonna make an ocean of tears now. (sic)” Meanwhile, a twitterati said, “Now what? ?? #junkook I miss you. (sic)”

Jungkook's Instagram Account

Although it is still unclear why the BTS member deleted his Instagram feed, many believe that this passage could be part of the promotions for his next album “Proof”. Referring to the album release, one fan wrote, “I wonder if he does what Western artists usually do before releasing albums. Or has his account been hacked? (sic) “

Also Read: BTS’s RM and J-hope Preview Their US Trip Ahead of White House Visit

Meanwhile, RM, J-hope, and Jin shared photos and videos from their trip to the United States on social media. Recently, RM visited the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and captured some snapshots of the paintings there. He also clicked a few selfies in a park and uploaded them to a photo dump post.

J-hope, on the other hand, shared photos from the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, along with some selfies.

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