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John Cena urges the K-ARMY and I-ARMY to unite as he continues stanning for BTS

John Cena urges the K-ARMY and I-ARMY to unite as he continues stanning for BTS
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John Cena has proclaimed his membership for the BTS ARMY – and now, hes working on uniting all the branches as one.

The BTS ARMY – that is, the fandom of K-pop boyband BTS – are one of the most devoted fandoms in music, and span the world over, from Korea to Europe.

However, sometimes the fandom is divided the K-ARMY (Korean Army) and the I-ARMY (Intenational ARMY), with some fans offended by the labels.

So John is here to remind all BTS fans that theyre branches of the same army, and are all united in their love for RM, Jimin, V, Jin, Jungkook, Suga and J-Hope.

The wrestler shared a drawing of two hands joining to form a heart.

One hand read K-ARMY, the other read I-ARMY – and in the heart space was the word BTS.

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Johns Instagram quirk is that he doesnt post captions on any of his pictures, leaving followers to figure out what hes posting and why – but ARMY members following his account got the message loud and clear.

One person wrote: I stan John Cena, while an international BTS fan commented: IM I-ARMY AND YOURE THE OFFICIAL REPRESENTATIVE THIS MAKES ME LOVE YOU EVEN MORE!!!!!

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Another person commented with the nicknames K-diamonds and I-lovelies, while one fan wrote: John Cena loves ARMY and ARMY loves John Cena.

Cena had hinted that he was a K-pop fan by sharing pictures of J-Hope on Instagram, and he has since admitted that hes ready to join the ARMY.

He told Metro.co.uk: Base Line is my favourite track on the J-Hope mixtape. I also like Hangsang.

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What started as a happy accident has turned into something wonderful. Ive been introduced to a new piece of culture, which I think is fantastic, because Im learning through social media.

Its a very rare occurrence, so Im very happy to say… yeah, screw it, Im in.

And at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, the 40-year-old proved his love for the group by dancing to Mic Drop.

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