Don't mess with BTS' fandom!
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9 May 2016 - 12:50 PM  UPDATED 16 May 2016 - 8:30 AM

A planned Twitter hashtag attack on BTS for their alleged plagiarising of other artists was met with strong defense by the band's ARMY of fans.

The hashtag #방탄소년단사랑해 (bulletproof boy scouts love) was trending last night as BTS fans took to social media to stand up to the anti-fans.

According to a notice put out by anti-fans, the 24-hour attack took place on May 7 at 7p.m. after BTS' HwaYangYeonHwa On Stage EPILOGUE concert in Seoul. 

"Just upload any hashtags and words related to Bangtan's copying/plagiarising controversies," read the notice.

Since then, BTS supporters have taken over the Twittersphere with over 2 million tweets using the above hashtag.

Meanwhile, the boys have just dropped a new dance MV for their hit "Fire". The clip features some seriously hot choreography!

Our resident BTS fanboy Andy Trieu was pretty stoked to have a "cameo" in the MV. Check out his handy work below.

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