Snoop Dogg, the legendary rapper, has officially confirmed that he will collaborate with the K-pop band BTS. The rapper made the revelation on the red carpet of the American Song Contest.
Since Snoop Dogg stated in January that BTS had made him a request to collaborate, ARMYs had been anticipating this.
ARMY flooded social media with the hashtag Snoop Dogg X BTS as soon as the news broke.
J-Hope, a member of the popular Bangtan boys band BTS, tested positive for Coronavirus. In a statement issued on Thursday, the Septet’s management organisation confirmed the same. J-Hope, according to his management business BigHit Entertainment, had a sore throat and went to the hospital on Wednesday for a PCR test.
J-hope has completed three rounds of COVID-19 vaccinations and is currently not presenting any extraordinary symptoms other than a sore throat, and is undergoing treatment at home while under quarantine. J-hope is planning to take part in activities scheduled to take place next month once his at-home treatment concludes.
Suga, RM, and Jin tested positive for the virus last year. Jimin had surgery for acute appendicitis in January 2021 while recovering from COVID-19. V tested positive for the virus in February.
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