As most BTS fans should know, Jungkook recently collaborated with American artist Charlie Puth for the song “Left and Right”, which was released on June 24.
As could be expected from the two talented singers working together, the song ranked high on many different music charts, including the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts among several others.
Earlier today, the Twitter account @chartdata updated how the song is performing on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and it’s doing impressively well even though it’s been over a month since it was released!
— chart data (@chartdata) August 2, 2022
However, not all of the comments on the tweet were kind. One user commented “Puth carried” on the tweet, suggesting that Jungkook’s part of the song wasn’t as impactful as it was. The comment has since been blocked from view.
But they didn’t get away with it without consequence — Charlie Puth himself actually commented on the hateful post to show his support for Jungkook!
With a simple two-word tweet, Puth put the troll in his place…
— Charlie Puth (@charlieputh) August 2, 2022
… Much to the delight of ARMYs!
you’re so real for this. 🫂 pic.twitter.com/KXZQTfFjfG
— jungkook admirer (@dreamjeons) August 2, 2022
Tell them bestie.. pic.twitter.com/nchxlPZVLn
— Zakia⁷ᴾʳᵒᵒᶠ BAD DECISIONS❤💜 (@V_babyzakia) August 2, 2022
Leave it for Charlie to protect Jungkook!! Yes tell them it’s team effect & Congratulations on stable successful collab #LeftandRight
— Left & Right ⇄ (@gouhargeous) August 2, 2022
Maybe next time, trolls with think twice before commenting on something so pointlessly mean!