US President Joe Biden has shared a video from his assembly with Okay-Pop sensation BTS at the White House final week. He shared it with a small message for the BTS members and about their dialogue on the rising instances of hate crimes towards South Asians within the US during their 35-minute lengthy assembly. The video reveals Joe Biden enjoying their music Butter to make them really feel at dwelling.

Sharing the video on Instagram, Joe Biden wrote, “It was nice to meet with you this week at the White House, @bts.bighitofficial. The rise in anti-Asian hate crimes requires all of us to get up, communicate out, and provides hate no secure harbor. Thanks for all you’re doing. It issues.”

The video opens with BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook arriving at the White House in black fits. As all of them get seated on a sofa and a few stay standing in a non-formal set-up, Joe Biden performs their hit music Butter and says, “I’d figured I make you are feeling at dwelling.”

Fans of BTS reacted to the video within the feedback part. A fan commented, “This is so candy and wonderful!” Another referred to as it a “historic second”. A fan additionally mentioned, “Thank you for inviting them.”

Joe Biden informed the group that there was an increase in anti-Asian hate crimes within the US in latest instances. “Hate solely hides. When good individuals speak about it and say how dangerous it’s, it goes down. People care lots about what you say, and what you’re doing is sweet for all individuals. It’s not simply your good expertise. It’s the message you’re speaking. It issues.”

Group chief RM thanked the US president for signing a latest laws on combating Covid-19 hate crimes within the nation. “We need to say thanks, sincerely, for your determination equivalent to signing the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act into legislation. So we simply need to be a bit assist and we actually admire the White House and authorities’s (efforts) attempting to discover options,” he added.

On Sunday, RM additionally shared a couple of footage from his go to to the White House. He is seen posing in entrance of the primary constructing and on the garden.

RM at the White House. 

Before the assembly with the president, BTS joined White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre at her briefing with reporters. Jimin mentioned the band had been “devastated by the latest surge” of crime and intolerance towards Asian Americans. “To put a cease to this and help the trigger, we’d like to take this chance to voice ourselves as soon as once more,” he mentioned by means of an interpreter. Equality begins after we open up and embrace all of our variations, mentioned Suga. “It’s not unsuitable to be completely different,” he added.

V mentioned, “Everyone has his or her historical past. We hope at this time is one step ahead to respecting and understanding everybody as a worthwhile individual.”

(With PTI inputs)

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