Don't worry though, Big Hit and BTS managed to fix the situation almost immediately!
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18 Sep 2017 - 10:56 AM  UPDATED 18 Sep 2017 - 10:56 AM

BTS are about to make their highly-anticipated comeback tonight with their new album Love Yourself 'Her', but things ran into a small roadblock when Jimin's account for the group's fan cafe was hacked. 

Eagle-eyed fans noticed that a number of spam links started coming from Jimin's account on BTS' fan cafe, all of which were uncharacteristic of what he usually posts.

Thankfully, Big Hit Entertainment were quickly on the problem and all the spam posts were deleted within a few minutes.

After recovering his account, Jimin posted up a quick update on BTS' fan account, reassuring fans that everything is alright.


 

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