John Cena delighted the BTS ARMY when he confirmed that he is one of them after falling in love with the bands music.
And just like every other ARMY this week, the wrestling legend has been trying to help the boys win the Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist.
The 41-year-old has been tweeting the hashtag #IVoteBTSBBMAs to cast his vote for the K-pop idols in the hotly-contested category.
Joining the millions of tweets that have possibly broken a Guinness World Record for most tweeted hashtag in 24 hours, John wrote: Better late than never!!#iVoteBTSBBMAs.
Then, upon realising he didnt get the Billboard emoji, he tweeted: If at first you dont succeed, try try again #IVoteBTSBBMAs #NeverGiveUp.
BTSs fans praised the Blockers star for helping the cause, with one person replying: PRESIDENT OF ARMY HAS SPOKEN.
And Cena continued his stanning over on Instagram.
The WWE star is known for uploading all of his Insta posts without captions, and his most recent post was a picture of BTSs new single, Fake Love.
Awkwardly, though, those of his followers not well versed in K-pop news thought that this referred to his split from fiancee Nikki Bella.
John revealed to Metro.co.uk earlier this year that he is a big fan of K-pop, and particularly BTS, after sharing cryptic pictures of J-Hope and Supreme Boi on Instagram.
He told us: Base Line is my favourite track on the J-Hope mixtape. I also like Hangsang.
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.
We reckon John will be pretty happy tomorrow, as the bands new album Love Yourself: Tear is dropping.
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