BTS stars to speak about racial discrimination and hate speech at UN; DEETS here

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The popular Korean pop band, BTS — Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — is already a global sensation. They have paved their ways to people’s hearts with their peppy and catchy songs. BTS has not only made everyone groove with their latest tracks but also smashed and made records at the chartbusters. As BTS boys are pretty popular among the youngsters, they are going to make a powerful speech at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) which will be accompanied by South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the SDG Moment 2021 event. 

According to the post of UN, the event will be beginning at 5.30 pm IST on September 20, Monday. The handle will be running a Livestream where fans can watch the entire event live. Even the official Twitter handle of United Nations shared a tweet recently saying, “Don’t miss musical performance by special guests @BTS_twt at UNHQ! They join @antonioguterres & world leaders at our SDG Moment event to inspire action for the #GlobalGoals & a better world for everyone. Tune in here Monday, 20 September at 8am EST!

 

Speaking about their speech, according to BTS’ official Twitter handle, the handsome boys will be talking about racial discrimination and hate. The tweet read, “If we believe there’s hope, we will find the way. We stand against racial discrimination and hate speech.

Apart from their speech, BTS have won the best Kpop, group award and the Song of the Summer category for Butter at MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs)

In their winning speech which they recorded from Seoul, South Korea, BTS said, “Thanks for this award. Sorry we couldn’t be there, but hopefully next time we will. We’ve been so blessed and grateful for all of the love we received this year. Shoutout to ARMY! You’re the best people in the world. We’ll keep bringing great music for all of you guys. Love you all!

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