Mumbai Police Uses BTS V’s Dynamite Lyrics To Warn Public About COVID-19 Safety

MINAL MANOHAR VERNEKAR
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BTS is flourishing throughout the world and India is one of those countries where Mumbai cops have used V’s Dynamite lyrics to spread safety about COVID-19.

Mumbai police official Instagram account which is known for its safety messages through hilarious memes has shared the post on 20th December inspired by BTS V’s hit track ‘Dynamite’.

In the post they shared the photo of V from the music video with the lyrics, “Bring a friend, join the crowd, Whoever wanna come along,” the cops’ found a perfect response.

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“No, no, not today. Love yourself, stay indoors!” they captioned the post and warned of the ‘#DynamiteDangersOfCoronavirus’.

This post got trendy instantly with the help of BTS ARMY’s who flooded the comments with purple heart emoji. Many others also had a good laugh and filled the comments section with laughing emoji.

BTS has been globally popular with their Albums and MV’s and had also made history by bagging a Grammy nomination for the upcoming awards show. Their latest album ‘BE’ and tracks like ‘Dynamite’ and ‘Life Goes On’ have break records all across the globe.