"BTS killed it": Minecraft star Dream praises band's "Butter" music video, and fans can't get enough of it

Minecraft star Dream recently shared an appreciative message for BTS
Minecraft star Dream recently shared an appreciative message for BTS

In what probably constitutes one of the most significant crossover moments in fandom history, Minecraft star Dream recently tweeted an appreciative message to BTS. This was after the release of the record-breaking music video of the latter's latest song, "Butter."

The 21-year-old's tweet came in the aftermath of releasing his own song, titled "Mask," which recently sent fans into a collective meltdown online.

With Dream's encouraging post fostering a sense of mutual enjoyment for both songs, music ended up being the sole winner. Fans actively took to social media to gush over the popularity of both tracks.

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BTS army and Dream Fandom unite in praising Butter and Mask on Twitter

Butter is the superstar septet's second English-language track after last year's smash hit, "Dynamite."

Before the highly-anticipated release of the song, BTS hoped that their rendition would "melt the hearts of fans like butter," a thought which soon turned out to be triumphantly prophetic.

Post its release, Butter jumped to the top of the global trending charts as fans united to collectively gush over The Bangtan Boys owning every frame of the music video with their sublime choreography and dazzling outfits.

Unfolding over various locations such as an elevator and a gymnasium, Butter provides a stunning example of the sheer charisma and star power that BTS members have been blessed with.

Joining the BTS Army in heaping lavish praise upon the song was Minecraft sensation Dream, whose supportive tweet ended up attracting a significant amount of traction online.

Here are some of the reactions online as fans collectively went gaga over the dual releases of Dream's "Mask" and BTS's "Butter":

With both songs raking in stellar viewership numbers, Dream's recent appreciative gesture has only amplified the prevailing excitement online.

As Butter races past the 50 million mark on YouTube, all eyes are now on the next couple of days, where, with the help of their ARMYs support, several more records are expected to be broken gloriously by BTS.

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Edited by Ravi Iyer
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