Does Yoongi thinks putting Jim Jones speech in his self produced song sounds cool? pic.twitter.com/0a9ZvCfOj7
— 😖🍭BLACKPIИK ♀️ BLIИK (@jisoo_19) May 31, 2020
BTS's Suga Under Fire For Using Cult Leader Jim Jones' Sermon In Mixtape Trackhttps://t.co/96AApYsyNC
— Koreaboo (@Koreaboo) May 30, 2020
Big Hit Entertainment Releases Apology For Including Jim Jones Sermon In BTS Suga's Songhttps://t.co/4A9szOP4sr
— Koreaboo (@Koreaboo) May 31, 2020
gotta say, it's been interesting watching jim harbaugh's evolution on these things since he blasted colin in 2016. stepped back from that, learned some things and, seemingly, came out of it a better man. https://t.co/nQzVK77xPa
— bomani (@bomani_jones) May 30, 2020
How could he be opposing Jim Jones when he supposedly knew nothing about him? As as the producer, he had a say to use the sample since its not lyrics. So, Bighit is saying aesthetic not anything else.
— hyesun (@hyesun38572026) May 31, 2020
Someone used Jim Jones and there was/wasn't a deep meaning...
Did someone drink some special Kool-Aid?
— John Lee (The Korean Foreigner) (@koreanforeigner) May 31, 2020
I know “he was using it cause jim Jones was anti Korean” embarrassed and looking around now
— little tree ⓥ (@Arreagapng) May 31, 2020
Bts suga used a sample of a speech of mass murderer and cult leader Jim Jones. Armys went in defending him (saying he attacked jj for his deeds). This morning bighit came out with a statement saying they didn’t know who he was or what he did
— ghost 💫 soty (@sambalsoo) May 31, 2020
Lol to all those who said using Jim Jones had some deep meaning and was some sort of stroke of genius.
— Raphael Rashid (@koryodynasty) May 31, 2020