Jungkook, the youngest member of BTS, has appealed to ARMY to respect his privacy.
The K-pop boy group's main vocalist and "golden maknae" shared his concerns through the band's official account on global fandom life platform Weverse.
"Do not send home delivery food. I won't eat it even if you give it to me," Jungkook began his post.
He proceeded to say that although he was grateful for such gestures, these deliveries to his private address violate his boundaries nonetheless: "I’m thankful from my heart, but I eat well. Buy instead for yourself please," Jungkook continued.
The singer then issued a stern warning against anyone who sends future deliveries to his home.
"If you send it one more time, I will look up the receipt order number you sent and take action. So stop," Jungkook concluded.
There have been incidents of K-pop idols receiving poisoned food and drinks from fans, including Super Junior's Han Geng and TVXQ's Yunho.
Jungkook previously decided to delete his Instagram account due to his social media inactivity. He instead posts personal updates on BTS' Weverse page.
Following his latest update, ARMYs decided to police their fellow fans by trending the phrase "respect his privacy" on social media. Trending posts include a fan who reshared a video of Jungkook's previous appeal for fans to respect his privacy.
the fact that this video has to be tweeted every two business months as reminder for everyone to know their place as a fan and to respect his privacy, is so disappointing pic.twitter.com/tl7WPKsmN3— jungkook loops (@jeonjkloops) May 4, 2023