GOT7’s BamBam Takes The High Road In Response To Thai MC’s Insults And Inspires Fans To Do The Same

Earlier today, a Thai MC chose to discredit the successes of Thai idols GOT7‘s BamBam and 2PM‘s Nichkhun as a way to complement the solo debut of BLACKPINK‘s Lisa. | pinterest.com When discussing Lisa’s song, “Lalisa,” MC Moddam Kachapa said This is an event that has finally happened to Thailand that we [Thai people] can consider very prideful. We’ve never seen a [Thai] superstar go this far, back then we had Nichkhun, but he wasn’t successful to this degree, we also have BamBam, but he too didn’t manage to get this far. This [Lisa’s debut] is what we call world-class, truly world-class, it’s finally happened to our country. -Moddam Kachapa This angered many fans, and rightfully so. Both BamBam and his mother posted their responses to social media later in the day. On Instagram, BamBam’s mother said, “I can take this, but… you know the mother’s feelings and heart….” BamBam took to Twitter to share his response. When faced with these insults, he chose to take the high road, which touched many fans’ hearts. ahhh omg he says that he’s okay I wanna cry???? “I am okay ????sometimes a lot of people may not be aware of my efforts, but with everyone knowing and understanding me, I am already happy☺️” HE IS THE SWEETEST THING TO EVER EXIST OH MY GOD https://t.co/MHd0hFjzBQ — ????????????. ☁️ (@peachicnvs) September 11, 2021 Fans followed in BamBam’s example, choosing to post their favorite things about the idol throughout the day using the hashtag “#WeLoveYouBamBam” and “#RespectBamBam”. Some fans shared powerful quotes BamBam had said previously when talking about haters. "I don't care about a hundred and two hundred people who curse me. I care about one million and two million people who love me better."#apologizetobambam#RespectBambam#แบนมดดำ pic.twitter.com/b7O65a8cv1 — มัมหมีน้องแบม???? (@bbearmt) September 11, 2021 they look down on you now but they'll eat what they said soon. let your achievements do the speaking #แบนมดดํา #RespectBambam pic.twitter.com/QbxJsRwPb4 — aj ????_ _.. (@bitsyx) September 11, 2021 Remember when Bambam said “Life is too short to hate. Everyone make mistakes. No matter who you are. Artist or idol, we’re still humans. Everyone has to know to forgive each other.” bambam best boy!! you deserve all the love and support#WeLoveYouBamBampic.twitter.com/lmAOlsYWmr — ‎ava¨ (@defsoulars_) September 11, 2021 Others shared moments where BamBam showed off his musical prowess, specifically his rap from GOT7’s performance of “Nightmare” during MAMA 2018. Fans looked at this rap with new eyes, appreciating his confidence in his own success. "get all the money, haters so mada lot of cool people right herebut no one got that real money like me" – Bambam, 2018. #RespectBambam#แบนมดดํา pic.twitter.com/xJDI148Dk7 — otuzikidiş youngjae SOMO:FUME (@ohmychoiyjae) September 11, 2021 While BamBam can appear larger than life, many fans made sure to show the soft side to BamBam and remind others that he is human too. BamBam deserves everything in this world. He worked hard to become a successful kpop idol while promoting his country. He never forgets his roots. Sadly, some people cannot accept that. #RespectBambam #แบนมดดํา @GMMTV @GMM25Thailandpic.twitter.com/m2QeG1njRk — bamlisa pics (@bamlisapics) September 11, 2021 What could’ve been a solely negative situation turned into a place for fans to share their love for an idol who had touched their lives. I had this in my notes all this time… he’s such an inspiration to me, could say I could handle the stressful env with this #WeLoveYouBambam pic.twitter.com/tvwR5Q3gqE — lala (@yugbeomhoe) September 11, 2021 We love you Bambam! You deserve respect, love, care from all people here in this world. Keep doing what you love and we'll support you nonstop. Keep smiling! You deserve better ???? @BamBam1A#WeLoveYouBamBam pic.twitter.com/GGZ57ewOwU — J ♡︎༄ (@FENDISEUNI) September 11, 2021 To read more about the situation, check out the article below: Thai MC Under Fire For Exploiting Lisa’s Solo Success To Invalidate Fellow Thai Idols BamBam And Nichkhun’s Careers Source: Translation of Moddam Kachapa's comments GOT7 Share This Post Facebook Twitter

GOT7’s BamBam Takes The High Road In Response To Thai MC’s Insults And Inspires Fans To Do The Same

Earlier today, a Thai MC chose to discredit the successes of Thai idols GOT7‘s BamBam and 2PM‘s Nichkhun as a way to complement the solo debut of BLACKPINK‘s Lisa.

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When discussing Lisa’s song, “Lalisa,” MC Moddam Kachapa said

This is an event that has finally happened to Thailand that we [Thai people] can consider very prideful. We’ve never seen a [Thai] superstar go this far, back then we had Nichkhun, but he wasn’t successful to this degree, we also have BamBam, but he too didn’t manage to get this far. This [Lisa’s debut] is what we call world-class, truly world-class, it’s finally happened to our country.

-Moddam Kachapa

This angered many fans, and rightfully so. Both BamBam and his mother posted their responses to social media later in the day. On Instagram, BamBam’s mother said, “I can take this, but… you know the mother’s feelings and heart….

BamBam took to Twitter to share his response. When faced with these insults, he chose to take the high road, which touched many fans’ hearts.

Fans followed in BamBam’s example, choosing to post their favorite things about the idol throughout the day using the hashtag “#WeLoveYouBamBam” and “#RespectBamBam”.

Some fans shared powerful quotes BamBam had said previously when talking about haters.

Others shared moments where BamBam showed off his musical prowess, specifically his rap from GOT7’s performance of “Nightmare” during MAMA 2018. Fans looked at this rap with new eyes, appreciating his confidence in his own success.

While BamBam can appear larger than life, many fans made sure to show the soft side to BamBam and remind others that he is human too.

What could’ve been a solely negative situation turned into a place for fans to share their love for an idol who had touched their lives.