BTS billboard removed in Pakistan for ‘promoting homosexuality’

Posted on September 04, 2021, 3:09 pm
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GUJRANWALA: A billboard celebrating BTS member Jeon Jungkook’s birthday has been removed in Gujranwala, Pakistan for ‘promoting homosexuality’.

According to the details, the South Korean boyband’s deeply devoted fans – known as the ARMY – around the world came together to celebrate Jungkook’s birthday on Wednesday (1 September) and the ARMY in Pakistan was no exception.

Pakistan’s ARMY installed a huge billboard of Jungkook above a busy roadway in the city of Gujranwala.

The colourful billboard depicts the singer and dancer with the words “Happy 24th birthday” and “Jungkook BTS Gujranwala ARMY” on it.

Meanwhile, Punjab assembly candidate, Furqan Aziz Butt told the billboard owner Younus Mughal to take down the billboard.

It stated that Butt had received several complaints about the ad. He was also quoted saying, “There are young people in this city. This group (BTS) has a negative influence on them and encourages them to behave in wrong activities. They promote homosexuality.”

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