BTS: Is SUGA comparable to Nostradamus? Check out all of his predictions, including Butter reigning supreme on Billboard’s Hot 100.
Remember how we said BTS’ Suga was the one who predicted Butter would be on top for weeks? And Yoongi was spot on with his forecast. Let’s take a look at a few more instances where Suga correctly anticipated the future.
Butter, the latest music track by Bangtan Sonyeodan aka BTS, has topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the 6th time. The boys and the soldiers are overjoyed. The septet is nervous and shocked to see Butter at the top of the charts six times in a row. RM as Kim Namjoon, Suga aka Min Yoongi, and J-Hope aka Jung Hoseok have already expressed their delight. Even Jungkook, who isn’t very active on Reverse these days, expressed gratitude to followers for their support. So, remember how we said Suga was the one who predicted Butter would be on top for weeks? And Yoongi was spot on with his forecast. Let’s take a look at a few more instances where Suga correctly anticipated the future.
When Suga released his mixtape Agust D in 2016, one of the lines read, “Next up comes the Billboard.” What’s more, guess what? The BTS lads were invited to the Billboard Music Awards less than a year later.
Suga was questioned whether they will launch at number one with their third studio album Love Yourself: Tear at the press presentation for the album. Yoongi had stated that they wanted to be there, but the experience was surreal. “We’ve heard the buzz about Billboard 200 Chart No. 1 but it doesn’t feel genuine.” Of course, we want to be No. 1, but we don’t want to be tied to the position,” he had stated.
Suga once stated that he aspires to win the triple crown (three wins in a row (yearly)). Winning three times in a row is a significant accomplishment for any band, and BTS accomplished this early in their career. Yes. BTS achieved its triple crown on the Music Bank chart in 2017 with DNA. Run, I Need U, Fire, Blood Sweat & Tears has already won the award.
He now wants ARMY’s second collaboration with Ed Sheeran, Permission to Dance, to take over the #1 spot on the Billboard chart. On July 9th, the song will be released. Also, don’t you think a Grammy victory next year would be nice?