The new music video for "Lilith," a joint venture by South Korean sensation Suga from BTS and American singer Halsey, has stirred controversy among fans. The collaboration, which is the second time the artists have teamed up since their 2018 hit "Boy With Luv," has faced criticism for its alleged "demonic" iconography.
From June 2nd to 4th, Suga took the stage at the PIA ARENA MM in Kanagawa, Japan, to perform his 'SUGA | Agust D TOUR D-DAY.' This marked his first solo world tour in Japan in four years since his last visit with BTS in 2019.
A recent article published in Weverse Magazine has ignited a firestorm within the BTS Army and the broader K-pop community, as it is perceived to be subtly dismissive, or "throwing shade," at BTS members Jimin and Suga.
From May 26 to 28, Suga held the 'SUGA | Agust D TOUR 'D-DAY'' at the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE BSD) Hall 5-6 in Jakarta, Indonesia. With each of the three performances sold out, drawing over 30,000 spectators in total, this concert marked the beginning of his Asian leg of the world tour.
Rising privacy violations targeting BTS Suga have sparked anger among fans worldwide, following the leak of the K-pop star's private international tour dates. The alleged source of these leaks has been attributed to supposed rogue employees within companies associated with the tour, according to the BTS global fandom, known as ARMYs.
Min Yoongi, professionally known as Suga and a member of global sensation BTS, has set an unprecedented record in American music history. The 30-year-old rapper is now the first artist of his genre to rake in over $3 million from a single arena concert in the United States.