Since the pandemic, Permission To Dance On Stage is the first offline BTS concert in two years. Fans from all around the world came to see RM, J-Hope, Suga, Jin, Jimin, V; and Jungkook perform at the performance in Los Angeles, California. J-Hope supporters, on the other hand, expressed their dissatisfaction with the event on Twitter after it ended.
Fans used hashtags like #JhopeDeservesBetter and #givejhopelines to express their disappointment; that J-Hope had to perform a three-hour performance with only 4 minutes and 44 seconds of his portion in each song.
The songs that would have allowed J-Hope to shine were deleted from the concert’s setlist, according to fans. Hoseok’s supporters were unhappy because the ones that were selected only showcased him for a short time.
Anger at BigHit Entertainment for not paying attention to J-Hope was expressed; as were doubts over the decision to omit some songs. Fans now want to see a change in the tracklist, one that gives all of the band members equal time and opportunity to shine.
The PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE concert by BTS was held at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. Approximately 50,000 fans flocked to one of the country’s largest stadiums to see the BTS members return to the stage. Fans were also treated to some outstanding performances on songs like Fire and DNA.
However, several concertgoers claimed that they saw J-Hope on stage and that he appeared to be pleased to be performing. Some people provided screenshots and clips from the concert to show that J-Hope was more concerned with performing with the rest of BTS than with his words. The BTS concert will go on for three more days, and it will also be streamed live on YouTube.