Viral images of group members with other group members are what make Kpop more interesting these days. Kpop has taken the world by storm. Despite the fact that Kpop idols are single until they sign a contract with a label or business, online rumours about them dating or sneaking around with another group member are common. Some of the boy and girl groups collaborate and take photos together, but the vast majority of them are fake. Some toxic K-pop fans mock each other for dating rumours or viral photos, despite the fact that some of them are genuinely understanding and respect their privacy. The internet is currently flooded with rumours and viral images of BTS’s V and Jennie.
Gurumiharibo viral Video & Pics
BTS, the world’s biggest boy band, has a massive global fan base. Although the girl group has both fan boys and fan girls, it’s more likely that the fan girls are more interested in the boys’ personal or romantic lives, so they scrutinise their intimate details. Pictures of Blackpink’s Jennie and BTS’s V are currently trending on the internet.
Many fans believe the two of them are dating because the photos appear too real. The Viral images are edited, but they appear too real, despite the fact that it can be argued that those realistic-looking edits are made and posted by someone. Jennie and V have never dated and will never date in accordance with their employer’s policies.
Who Is Gurumiharibo?
A Twitter user with the handle Gurumiharibo posted images of Jennie and V and even claimed that they were dating. Furthermore, the user is making accusations and repeatedly posting the images, giving the impression that the two are dating. The user also shared a number of photos of the two celebrities together, each of which was altered in response to complaints from fans who saw the same pair of them in a different photo with a member of their group.
They never actually dated, but the dieting is so precise that it almost seems real. The user is also mocked for such a despicable act.
Another Twitter user claimed that Hybe Labels would soon sue Gurumi for her behaviour. Fans who thought the images were real were overjoyed, while toxic fans were enraged.
People who knew the truth, on the other hand, were only paying attention to the edits. Gurumi, the person who posted the photos, canceled on Twitter, claiming that no one ever gave her legal notice. This is a repeat of the previous situation, in which numerous fake and simply edited images of Black Pink Lisa and members of BTS were published online. While the members of the groups, as well as the labels of BTS and Black Pinks, remain calm.