After Huge Outcry, Indian Teacher Online Apologizes For His Threatening Behavior Towards K-Pop Fans; ARMY says: ‘Your words are not genuine’

ByMike V. Cooper

Aug 15, 2022

BTS is loved all over the world. And their ARMY fan base is quick to defend and protect the boys if they feel someone is being mean to them. Since morning, a video of a teacher from the Physics Wallah educational app has been going viral. It looks like a girl commented something about BTS during a virtual class and Professor Siddhartha (MSM) Misra lost her temper. He scolded the girl saying he grabbed her by the collar and slapped her if it was a boy. That was not all. He also taunted her for liking a group of musicians who wear lipstick and makeup to dance on stage. Also Read – BTS’s Kim Seokjin aka Jin Leaves for US on Personal Schedule; ARMY, get ready for the Bad Decisions singer’s solo work

BTS aka ARMY fans from India shared the video on all platforms. This was also covered in Korean media. Several people challenged the teacher saying that he could have corrected the student better. Now the professor has apologized saying he understands he crossed the line by talking to her. People are appalled at how he threatened physical violence in the video. In his official Instagram apology, he said he recognizes the hard work BTS has put into their career. Watch the apology video below… Also Read – BTS’s Left & Right Jungkook-Charlie Puth MV Reaches THESE Milestones

Needless to say, some fans are unhappy. They think that’s a bit wrong given how homophobic the statements made by him in this video. Also Read – BTS ARMY Discovers Suga’s Friendship Tattoo Location But Min Yoongi Leaves Them Disappointed

BTS has been the subject of homophobic attacks in the Indian subcontinent. We know how Jungkook’s birthday ads were deemed objectionable for promoting homosexuality. In Bangladesh, there are reports of women being harassed by groups of boys who dislike BTS.

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