Tucker Carlson is facing an attack from the BTS Army after he spoke out against the K-pop group’s May 31 appearance at the White House. The team cleared The media and spoke to President Joe Biden about Asian integration and recognition to mark The final day of Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month. “Things have gotten very bad for Joe Biden, both public-facing and internally” Carlson told Fox News viewers of his eponymous display. “What are they doing about it? Well, not exactly, They broke glass in case of emergency and invited a Korean pop group to speak at the White House today.” Carlson threw in a video of BTS MR tackling media at the White House. “Hi, We’ re BTS and it is a great honor to be invited to the White House today to discuss the important issues of anti-Asian hate crimes, Asian inclusion and diversity” the song was stated. “Yeah, we got a Korean pop group to discuss anti-Asian hate crimes in the United States. Okay. Good job!, guys” Carlson laughed. The BTS army has been fast to fight back against Carlson on social media, inundating the social media platform with calls for Carlson’s director. One Twitter user stated, “So it will be K-Pop fans who finally bring us K-Pop [Tucker Carlson] down.” Each individual of BTS took turns talking in Korean at the White House, whereas talking to the press, with Jin and Jimin voicing how recognized they had to be waiting for their group. Jimin stated, “We were devastated by the recent surge of hate crimes… To put a stop to this and to support the cause!, We’ d like to take this opportunity [lend our voices].” J Hope, introduced, “We are here today thanks to our Army — our fans worldwide — who have different nationalities and cultures and use different languages. We are truly and always grateful.” “We hope today is one step forward toward respecting and understanding each and every one of you as a valuable person” V. Variety noted, over a quarter-million people tuned in and saw the group talk on the White House’s YouTube channel. The BTS Army has utilized their collective social media influence. Fade year, the massive K-Pop bayabas bundled their initiatives to perish through hateful communications on Twitter by takingover the #WhiteLivesMatter hashtag.