KPOP sensation BTS delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations General Assembly SDG Moment 2021. The group received a big amount of appraisal from people all over the globe but one certain statement made by James Corden, host of ” The Late Late Show” caught the attention of fans and were angered. Read on to know what disappointed ARMYS.
BTS Fans Angered By James Corden
CBS’s ‘The Late Late Show With James Corden’ is in a state of shock, after announcing the recent appearance of BTS at the 76th United Nations General Assembly in New York City.
In the September 20 episode of ‘Late Late Show, host James opened his heart by saying, “The United Nations General Assembly started this morning in New York City, and started with some unusual guests … BTS was there. BTS visited the United Nations. Although many people say why BTS exists, world leaders have no choice but to take BTS seriously. BTS has one of the largest forces in the world. Historic time, It actually marks the first time that 15-year-old girls everywhere found themselves wishing that they were Secretary-General António Guterres.”
For those who don’t know: James Corden is no longer our Papa Mochi after using the boys for clout and actively making fun of the fanbase— demoting it from a beautiful, diverse community into a bunch of “15 year old girls”. pic.twitter.com/QWn5hPMAFt— Namjoons Forced Cackle ⁷ (@ursolovley) September 22, 2021
In response to the BTS fans mentioned above, ARMYs “officially” revoked “the title of the late-night show host” Papa Mochi “. While angry ARMY filled this video with protest comments, the video was removed from ‘The Late Late Show’s SNS’ forums.
One of the fans on Twitter said, “James Corden, as a teenage girl myself I just want to take a moment to say leave us alone. I’m not brainless for liking a boy band, and neither does me liking a boy band invalidate their achievements. Stop using my gender and age as a way of mocking other people and what they do.”
No more papa mochi now. James corden cancelled.pic.twitter.com/duttXAkvAH— faa (@vntealfzhr) September 22, 2021