And the hacker has decided to drag TWICE into this as well.
By
22 Feb 2017 - 9:22 AM  UPDATED 22 Feb 2017 - 9:22 AM

With BTS currently storming the charts with their latest comeback, all things should be rosy for the group's company, Big Hit Entertainment. Unfortunately, it appears that a person/group aren't too happy with the BTS' success and has decided to play a prank on their agency by hacking its website.

Big Hit originally had the MV for BTS' new track "Not Today" embedded under the "notice" tab of its site, however, the hacker/s have replaced the video with TWICE's "Knock Knock" MV.

The identity of the hacker has yet to be uncovered and Big Hit have yet to issue out a statement regarding the hack, but netizens are already speculating where the source of the hack came from. Some have assumed that the hack came from a TWICE fan, while others speculate that it was an anti-fan of both TWICE and BTS attempting to instigate a fan war.

At the time of writing, the website is down and inaccessible so stay tuned for updates to this story. 


 

Hear us on SBS PopAsia Digital Radio

Listen in 24/7 on Digital Radio, by downloading our free mobile app or by streaming live here on our website.

Download the app here:

 

FOR MORE:
BTS' 'Blood, Sweat, & Tears' MV hits big YouTube milestone
That's a LOT of views and likes in just a few months...
BTS topple more records with 'Not Today' and 'Spring Day' MV
BTS' records keep getting broken - by BTS!
Gordon Ramsay critiques BTS' Jin's cooking
Better stick to singing and dancing, Jin!
QUIZ: Are you a true BTS fan?
Since BTS recently came back, time to find out whether you’re a true ARMY or just a casual fan!