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BTS fans react to loss at Grammy Awards

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bts Fans took to social media to express their anger as the K-pop outfit suffered yet another loss at the Grammys. Following their loss in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category, #Scammys has started trending on social media thanks to the ever-vigilant BTS fans, who labeled the result a robbery.

BTS went up against stiff competition at this year’s awards, including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and eventual category winner Doja Cat and SZA’s “Kiss Me More.”

Of course, that loss ignited the BTS Army, who felt that “Butter” should have been the clear winner, earning the boy band their first Grammy with just their second nomination. The group was also nominated for “Dynamite” last year, but it also fell short of expectations.

Before their loss, the boy band took the stage at the Grammys and performed “Butter” in a show that definitely won new fans. The performance had it all, including a hugely viral moment with Olivia Rodrigo before V took the stage to perform.

After the loss, fans on social media called for a boycott of the Grammys. You can read that and more of what fans had to say online below.

Fans weren’t happy.

Some tweets were more respectful.

There had to be a Will Smith meme somewhere.

Another one

The camera caught the band’s reaction.

They still won in the eyes of their fans.

Hey, at least it looks like they had fun.

BTS and Megan Thee Stallion
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