BTS’s V Follows Bigbang’s T.O.P on Instagram Before Unfollowing Him!

BTS’s V Follows Bigbang’s: V of BTS became a media darling earlier today as he gained the Instagram followers of Big Bang’s T.O.P. but then abruptly unfollowed them. On January 15th, V’s global fanbase took notice of a new “following” entry: Naturally, V’s “following” list quickly returned to 7 once again.

Some of V’s rowdy supporters have been terrorizing T.O.P.’s social media accounts across all platforms, and V has yet to address the situation. They used several different social media sites to spread their criticism of T.O.P.

V had followed and then unfollowed BLACKPINK’s Jennie in December 2021, so this isn’t his first time doing so mistakenly.

Bigbang's T.O.P
Bigbang’s T.O.P


Kim Tae-Hyung, better known by his stage as V (Korean: born December 30, 1995), is a member of the South Korean boy band BTS.  After making his debut with the group in 2013, V has released three solo singles under the moniker.

“Stigma” (2016), “Singularity” (2018), and “Inner Child” (2020) all reached the top 20 on South Korea’s Gaon Digital Chart. After making his debut in 2016 with an appearance on the Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth soundtrack, he recorded his first original single, 2019’s “Scenery,” which he also wrote.

V was born Kim Tae-Hyung in the Seo District of Daegu on December 30, 1995, and grew up in Geochang County. The eldest of three, he has a younger brother and sister. V’s early childhood dream was to make a living as a singer.

His dad encouraged him to pursue music, so he started playing the saxophone in middle school. After a successful audition in Daegu, V was accepted as a trainee by Big Hit Entertainment.


South Korean entertainment company YG Entertainment is responsible for creating the boy band Big Bang (all capitals in Korean). G-Dragon, TOP, Taeyang, and Daesung make up the quartet that is BigHit Entertainment. Seungri, one of a band with four other members, left show business in March 2019.

They were one of the most influential artists in K-pop, so much so that they were dubbed “Kings of K-pop” for their roles in spreading the Korean Wave worldwide. Their innovative sound experiments, in-house production, and commanding performances have made a name for themselves.

Big Bang Vol.1 (2006) was met with mixed reviews. Still, the group went on to tremendous success with a series of hit singles, including “Lies,” which topped the Korean music charts for a record-breaking six consecutive weeks and won Song of the Year at the 2007 Mnet Km Music Festival and the 2008 Seoul Music Awards, as well as “Last Farewell,” “Haru Haru,” and “Sunset Glow.”

The group’s four Japanese studio albums, Big Bang (2009), Big Bang 2 (2011), Alive (2012), and Made Series (2016), have all been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan. They won Artist of the Year at the 2008 Mnet Korean Music Festival and the 2008 Seoul Music Awards (RIAJ).

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