BTS’ Jungkook leaves fans surprised by deleting his Instagram posts

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BTS member Jungkook is in the mood to send the Army into a frenzy. Recently, he deleted all the photos from his Instagram handle. The golden maknae’s actions have left the army in a state of shock for obvious reasons. It was on May 31, 2022, that the Euphoria star deleted all his Instagram posts leaving everyone baffled. Just like the other members of the BTS, Jungkook’s Instagram handle has undergone multiple changes ever since he made his debut on the social media platform. From boxing practice clips, music covers, selfies, to pets, the singer’s Instagram handle was a treat to the eyes!

Jungkook in social media

Did you know that Jungkook went public on Instagram on December 6, 2021? What made the fans crazy was his unique username that was made on the platform by any celebrity. Wonder what it was? It may take you some time to process that his unique username was abcdefghi__lmnopqrstuvwxyz. So, he took away the first initials of his name from the English alphabet and kept them as his username. It was later that the singer changed his username to Jungkook.97 on March 16, 2022. The new username was a combination of his name and birth year which is 1997.

Army reactions

Jungkook was among the most active BTS members on Instagram and often used to sing songs or play games with his fans. He even gave quirky responses to their never-ending questions. Now, Jungkook’s decision to delete all his Instagram posts has left the army baffled. However, many of them are wondering if it was V aka Kim Taehyung who prompted the golden maknae into making this decision. It is because Tae Bear is often known for frequently deleting his Instagram updates.

As of now, here is how Jungkook’s Instagram account looks in present times.

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About Proof

Jungkook along with the other BTS members is currently gearing up for the release of the group’s upcoming anthology album Proof. Recently, BigHit Music also released the concept photos of the members from Proof that have left the army intrigued. Meanwhile, the Septet recently met with US President Joe Biden to discuss matters of Asian inclusion and representation. The meeting happened on May 31, 2022, at the White House.