Are the VMAs rigged? BTS fans claim MTV VIOLATED eligibility rules by nominating Blackpink as ‘Group of the Year’

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MTV VMAs released the ‘Group of The Year’ nominees list that included Blackpink who had no new releases from June 2021 to 2022

ARMYs slam MTV VMAs and call the award show rigged for nominating Blackpink for ‘Group Of The Year’ alongside BTS despite having no releases in the eligibility period (@vmas/Twitter)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: K-pop and fan wars go hand in hand but the biggest rivalry of all time has to be between two of the biggest K-pop groups in the world. With Blackpink recently making a comeback with their highly anticipated pre-release single, ‘Pink Venom’, fans of the girl group have been having the time of their lives. August is indeed Blackpink’s month as the girl group who celebrated its sixth debut anniversary this month has now made a chart-topping comeback with ‘Pink Venom’ which has defeated BTS’ June release ‘Yet To Come‘ by surpassing 86+ million views on YouTube within the first 24 hours of its release.  Read More

We support both BTS and BlackPink and always hope for the best with both groups as well as all the nominees.

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