Jason Derulo has been trending all over Twitter this week – over an issue of song credit!
The singer received tons of backlash from K-pop fans (particularly ARMYs) for failing to give proper credit to the members of BTS (방탄소년단) after the remixed version of his hit song “Savage Love”, which features the globally famous K-pop group, topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
seriously man ??? where's BTS ??? you're here on number one chart because of BTS , no hates but seriously you're here on top because of BTS , don't worry, now just watch your songs go down on the chart #JasonDeruloIsOverParty pic.twitter.com/TTQphnMK27
— molly⁷🌈(exams📚) (@lilshooky_thang) October 19, 2020
Jason took to his TikTok to post a video of him and his friends celebrating the success of the song, with the original version of “Savage Love” playing in the background over the weekend. “It’s a celebration @#savagelove @hannastocking @ondreazlopez @charlyjordan @itstaylerholder @justmaiko @sommeray @jena @mrmovi3.”
Notice something missing?
Well, the singer failed to mention or tag BTS in the clip, much to the dismay of ARMYs. This sparked a major outcry among fans, who called the pop star out for discrediting the “DNA” jam-makers’ participation in the viral hit. Most of them took to Twitter and used the hashtag “#JasonDeruloIsOverParty” to vent out their frustration.
Check out a few Twitter reactions from enraged ARMYs below:
Armys right now:
Mr. Jason Derulo,
What do you get from using BTS and Army's for clout huh?? 😏🤢 pic.twitter.com/TLKCIyvOvz
— SeokChing✨ (@seok_ching132) October 19, 2020
— pra⁷ (@roskBison) October 19, 2020
I think this is enough to show who @BTS_twt are:
45M in. 58M in
2months. Just two weeks.
— H☀️BIUARY 🥺🌈🌻✨ (@h3y_Smil3forBTS) October 19, 2020
Jason Derulo literally admitted to using BTS. I been knew he was fake the first time he asked for 10M likes on his TikTok with BTS. Hopefully y'all can see it now. #JasonDeruloIsOverParty #JasonDeruloIsCancelled
— ᴮᴱMy Hope🌏 (@MyJHope13) October 19, 2020
Following the massive backlash, the “In My Head” singer then reposted the clip on his Twitter account and tagged both producer Jawsh 685 and BTS in the post. Here’s what he said:
— Jason Derulo (@jasonderulo) October 19, 2020
What do you think about the controversy involving Jason Derulo and the ARMYs? While you’re here, let’s all enjoy the remix version of “Savage Love” here: