K-pop sensation BTS’ Jungkook has asked his fans to stop sending food to his house. In a post on Weverse on Thursday, May 4, the 25-year-old singer begged his fans to refrain from sending home delivery food.
The K-pop star further mentioned that he won’t eat the food even if it’s delivered to him, and he eats well on his own.
Fans have been sending him food deliveries as a token of their love and appreciation for him, but Jungkook has had enough of it.
Jungkook’s Plea for Privacy
Jungkook made it clear in his message that he is thankful for his fans’ love and support, but he requested that they refrain from sending any more food deliveries to his house.
e even warned his fans that he will check the receipt order number they sent and take action if they continue to send him food.
Jungkook’s plea for privacy has been echoed by his fans on social media, and the phrase “respect his privacy” trended on Twitter.
ARMY, BTS’ loyal fandom, came out in full support of Jungkook’s request for privacy. Many fans took to Twitter to express their concern and frustration over the situation.
Fans noted that sending food deliveries to Jungkook’s house was a clear violation of his privacy and that he has the right to feel safe and secure in his own home.
Fans Defending Jungkook
Some fans even questioned the behavior of those who sent food deliveries to Jungkook’s house. They mentioned that it was not only disrespectful but also could be dangerous for the star.
Jungkook’s fans urged others to show their love and support in a respectful manner and not to overstep their boundaries.
Jungkook’s plea for privacy is not the first time he has requested his fans to respect his boundaries.
In a previous Weverse livestream, Jungkook asked his fans not to show up or harass him while he works out. He reminded his fans that he is human too and deserves his privacy.