BTS Jungkook’s selfie second in Twitter

BTS star Jungkook’s selfie becomes 2021’s second most liked tweet

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BTS Jungkook’s selfie second in Twitter, Korean pop star Jungkook of BTS is on a high

after his selfie became the 2nd most liked tweet of 2021.

The first is only of US President Joe Biden.

The said record-breaking selfie was shared from the official handle of Korean pop band BTS. In the picture, Jungkook was seen in a white tee and black jacket.

The picture has to date recorded some 2.9 million likes and more than 800k retweets.

Earlier, in an interview with Weverse Magazine, BTS star Jungkook said, “There’s a lot I want to do,

and a lot I want to achieve was asked what keeps him motivated to do more and improve himself constantly.

I must never let it go. That’s what I always think.

I have to keep it close to me, even if I get bored, or I don’t want to hear it, or it feels like a hassle.

I want to keep on making music. It may be long ways down the road, but I want to prove myself with my music.” 

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BTS Jungkook’s selfie second in Twitter, The first is of US President Joe Biden, when he said, “It’s a new day in America” on January 20. Biden’s tweet has 4.2 million likes so far.

Sharing the exciting news, the official Twitter handle of World Music Awards

shared Jungkook’s picture that has gained 2.9 million likes so far.

The Twitter post also stated that Jungkook is the only artist with three tweets in the Top 15 Most Liked of All Time,

and also the only one with three tweets in the Top 15 Retweeted of All Time.

This is Jungkook’s most-liked tweet ever, trumped by his fellow band member V (Kim Taehyung)

whose August 16, 2020 tweet “Hi Army” has 3.1 million likes.

Meanwhile, the septet is all set to release the Essential Edition of their album BE on February 19.

They Boys also dropped photos and teasers from their Winter Package 2021,

making fans gush over their snaps from the snow-covered mountains of Gangwon-do.

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