- Doja Cat’s gaming video has resurfaced
- She can be seen telling her opponent that they were not Jungkook
- ARMYs have been anticipating a collab between the two
is well-known among locals as well as well-known American and foreign artists, demonstrating his status as the Worldwide IT Boy and one of Korea’s most popular entertainers. Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Beyonce, and others have all mentioned him and expressed their adoration for him.
‘s old gaming film from 2021, in which she was playing ‘Hotel Hideaway’ with fans, has recently resurfaced and caused quite a stir on the internet. She used to play this game and invite her fans in. Fans would essentially interact with her by playing games and conversing with her.
Her fangirling over BTS Jungkook surfaced in the game when a fan requested her to accept something. “Ur not jung kook,” she answered.
Fans couldn’t contain their joy at the revelation, as they’d been hoping for a Jungkook x Doja Cat collaboration for a long time. BTS Jungkook’s fans are overjoyed because he is well-known and adored by all of the industry’s successful female artists. Beyonce praised his solo song My Time, Ariana Grande met JK at her concert and referred to him as a doll, and now Doja Cat.
Meanwhile, ARMYs have been even trying to manifest a collab between BTS’J-Hope and Doja Cat. They imagine how J-and Hope’s Doja Cat’s voices would blend together. Edits are even created to make it look like J-Hope was featured on a number of Doja Cat’s songs. Doja Cat’s Get into It (Yuh) mashed with J-track Hope’s HANGSANG from Hope World is one of the most popular versions. The video below has 514,497 views at the time of writing.
When J-Hope began posting cat videos to his Instagram Stories, ARMYs became excited about the possibility of a collaboration.
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discovered that she had exclusively shared Korean delicacies, leading ARMYs to believe in a collab that turned out to be real. J-Hope, on the other hand, had shared a video of rooster noodle soup main alongside the release.
Neither Doja Cat nor J-Hope have responded to the rumours as of yet.