is the seven-member South Korean supergroup that is most likely – right now – .
They are now making the least likely and healthy pairing in 2020.
Quick story: John Cena is slowly becoming a fan of BTS – its music and its values - by posting about the band on his Instagram page. Earlier this year at James Cordon, Sina explained the phenomenon to actress Janner Jones and pondered her favorite members.
Later in February, BTS revealed that love is mutual.
But today, appearing as the first guest in the studio of Jimmy Fallon’s show after the COVID-19 pandemic, John Cena explained his love for BTS in an articulate and surprisingly useful way.
“I love what this group has done,” he said. “I was interested in music; then I became interested in what music is. They advocate for self-love, advocates are not afraid of failure, they advocate that you are enough. They try to break everything stereotypical difficulties and uncomfortable situations in which we all experience, and they convey that message to the people who live that: Young people. “
He continued to praise BTS for its charity work. BTS donated $ 1 million to Black Lives Matter and fans came together to combine that donation.
“It’s fucking changing the world,” Sina said.
On a day when, this is the kind of healthy message that some of us need to hear right now.