Suga publicly shows his love and respect for his mother by wearing the necklace she gave him before his debut.
Out of all the people who know Suga, his mother indeed became his biggest supporter even before his debut with BTS. Initially, the rapper started pursuing a career in the music industry at the age of 13 after hearing Epik High.
He then worked a part-time job at a recording studio years later before becoming an underground rapper.
Now that he is an international idol, Suga does not forget to bring his mother with him wherever he goes.
BTS Suga Received Special Necklace From Mother Before 2013 Debut
On Sunday, six BTS members – RM, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Suga – jetted to the US ahead of their meeting with President Joe Biden on May 31. Meanwhile, Jungkook left the country on Saturday.
Several photos and videos of the members taken as they arrived and departed from Incheon International Airport have gone viral. For Suga’s part, the August D rapper wore a white shirt, denim, and sandals.
But the necklace that was part of his outfit caught people’s attention as it was a gift he received from his mother before BTS’ 2013 debut.
"Yoongi is wearing the necklace his mom gave him before his debut over 10 years ago. She had told him the necklace would make his wishes come true,” one ARMY said.
Another explained that the necklace is called Dzi, and it can be found in Tibet and Himalayan regions to protect someone from negative energies.
It would surely guide and guard Suga, especially now that they are scheduled to see US President Joe Biden this week.
BTS To Meet President Joe Biden
The Yonhap News Agency reported that six of the seven BTS members arrived at the Dulles International Airport, where thousands of fans welcomed them.
They will be meeting the US President to address anti-Asian hate crimes and discrimination which have become hot topics in the past years. It became an issue even more after the COVID-19 virus – which originated from China – broke out.
It will be the first meeting of the group with President Joe Biden, who signed the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act in May 2021 to protect Asians in the country.
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