South Korean Boy Band BTS Lend Their Solidarity By Donating $1 Million To Black Lives Matter Movement

Humanity was left ashamed last month following the brutal killing of African-American man George Floyd. George was choked to death by an on-duty Police officer by kneeling on the former’s neck. Th

South Korean Boy Band BTS Lend Their Solidarity By Donating $1 Million To Black Lives Matter Movement

Mankind was left embarrassed a month ago after the merciless killing of African-American man George Floyd. George was stifled to death by an on the job Police official by stooping on the previous' neck. The very news had Citizens of the US raging with rage, following which individuals brought down to the road to fight requesting equity for George. After different Hollywood celebs like Kanye West, Ariana Grande, Ben Affleck, and others, well known South Korean band BTS has loaned their solidarity for the Black Lives Matter Movement. 

According to a report from variety.com, BTS and their music name Big Hit Entertainment has given an astounding entirety of $ 1 Million to the Black Lives Matter Movement. 

In a meeting with a similar distribution, Kailee Scales, overseeing executive for Black Lives Matter stated, "Dark individuals everywhere throughout the world are in torment right now from the injury of hundreds of years of abuse. We are moved by the liberality of BTS and partners everywhere throughout the world who remain in solidarity in the battle for Black lives." 

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BTS additionally communicated their solidarity to Black Lives Matter Movement by writing a note on their official Twitter handle on Thursday. Their note read, "We remain against racial segregation. We denounce savagery. You, I and we as a whole reserve the privilege to be regarded. We will stand together. #BlackLivesMatter" 

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@BTS_twt 

우리는 인종차별에 반대합니다. 

우리는 폭력에 반대합니다. 

나, 당신, 우리 모두는 존중받을 권리가 있습니다. 함께 하겠습니다. 

We remain against racial segregation. 

We censure savagery. 

You, I and we as a whole reserve the option to be regarded. We will stand together.#BlackLivesMatter 

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Devotees of BTS too have surprised the web, as they loaded gestures of recognition for their preferred kid band for loaning a help and furthermore for their benevolent deed. 

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goodness... 

BTS gave one million dollars to BLM. i'm crying. 

on the off chance that one gathering genuinely has the right to talk in the interest of the class of 2020, it's them. 

Much obliged to you BTS. #BTS @BTS_twt 

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BTS gave and thr being a fan ARMY is giving to coordinate thr Donation is the most healthy thing I've seen in 2020.. BTS are extremely cutting edge pioneers they've propelled we all to give with them. Less words more activity ???? Poruf of #BTS and #BTSARMY ????????@BTS_twt 

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I have such a great amount of regard for bts and their entire being a fan now. I need to stan????✨ #blacklivesmatter #BTS 

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BTS, you're awesome thanks folks @BTS_twt #방탄소년단 #BTS 

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For those unversed, BTS too will be a piece Of the virtual graduation function, "Dear Class of 2020", featured by previous US President Barack Obama and previous First Lady Michelle Obama. Sorted out by YouTube, the virtual occasion will give a goodbye to understudies who won't have the option to get an in-person goodbye because of the progressing coronavirus pandemic.