BTS’s #StopAsianHate statement becomes most re-tweeted tweet of 2021
BTS is making waves with their music, offline gigs, and even social media posts by earning credits for the Biggest Tweet of 2021.
As this year draws to a close, Twitter unveiled its “2021 #OnlyOnTwitter” report on December 9 in which the microblogging site reported that the most re-tweeted Tweets on the platform belonged to none other than the famous K-pop group.
the Permission to dance The #StopAsianHate post from the March hit-makers was the most shared Tweet as it condemned the rise in hate crimes against Asians.
The platform said, “The most retweeted Tweet of 2021 takes a more serious tone and brings us back to the social movements that dominated the conversation and brought people together around the world to support a mutual cause.”
“During a period in which we have seen an increase in hate crimes against Asians, BTS put their influence and many followers to good use, sharing a powerful message with the goal of #StopAsianHate,” he said. added.
Not just this, Signposts‘tweet announcing the song of the septet Butter passed the Hot 100 was the third most shared while the Recording Academy / GRAMMYThe tweet sharing a preview of BTS’s performance at 2021 awards is the fifth most re-tweeted.