BTS fans upset with Euro 2020 organizers after they fail to televise ‘Butter’
Did Euro 2020 organizers really betray the BTS Army? Fans wonder why the popular track was not played at the Wembley Stadium.
BTS army is disappointed by the organizers of the Euro cup 2020 after they failed to televise ‘Butter’, the group’s summer song released this year, despite giving hints earlier. They blame them for using the song and the K-pop band’s name for higher ratings.
After the Euro 2020 ended last night with Italy winning against England in a thrilling match at the Wembley stadium. But as most fans around the world, BTS Army cannot see their stars suffer at the hands of populist culture, and hence when it came to the biggest band in the world, Euro 2020 did not seem as important.
BTS Army tuned in for the event when they got to know that ‘Butter’ will be televised during the telecasting and for this, they stayed up into the early hours of the morning. However, crashing their plans and enthusiasm, the song was not played at the Wembley stadium, alleged the fans. This left the fans fuming who felt that BTS was used by the Euro just to gain higher ratings.
But other videos circulated on social media prove that the song was in fact played. People were quick to defend the Euro 2020 saying that the fans should be patient when it comes to their idols and not take everything personally. Soon ‘Did Butter play at Wembley?’ started trending on Twitter along with Euro 2020.
Later on the whole situation became clear that the track was played in the stadium but was not televised leading to the disappointment of the fans worldwide. This justifies why some of the audience members could record the song being played on their devices while those waiting at home for a televised duration were left disappointed.
Some of the Army were of extreme opinions and went onto say that they knew it from the beginning that this was going to happen.