Malaysian BTS Fans Donate 99 Sets Of McD BTS Meal To Frontliners
Not all heroes wear cape, some of them wear BTS merch. Over the weekend, user Purple Project_언니⁷ (@PurpleProject7) on Twitter shared a series of tweets asking if there are any Malaysian ARMYs who are interested to join a “mini project” to donate the newly released McDonald’s BTS meals to some frontliners.
Needless to say, ARMYs responded and they really stepped up their game! The group of fans/Samaritans managed to gather enough support to donate 99 sets of meal to the frontliners at University of Malaya Medical Centre (PPUM)!
#BTSMeal for Frontliners by Malaysian ARMYs 💜 99 sets of #BTSMeal given to our amazing frontliners at University of Malaya Medical Centre (PPUM) today. Thank you so much superheroes for your hardwork 💪 pic.twitter.com/PHtCPMlTIo — Purple Project_언니⁷ (@PurpleProject7) May 29, 2021
That’s not all, this group of ARMYs also donated 25 more sets of the same meal to the staffs and patients in the children’s ward at Universiti Sains Malaysia Hospital (HUSM) in Kota Bahru, Kelantan.
25 sets for Wad Kanak-Kanak HUSM 💜 Hopefully these nuggets made the children smile today 😊 pic.twitter.com/rHqaeHlfAY — Purple Project_언니⁷ (@PurpleProject7) May 29, 2021
And thanks to the generosity of Malaysian ARMYs, the project managed to secure enough donations to provide eight batches of BTS meals to different organisations around. For now, the project is still in its second batch to the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) which currently serves as a quarantine centre.
This is not the first time Malaysian ARMYs have performed charitable acts like that because BTS fans are known to host special projects in conjunction with the band members’ birthday. In this case, the project was in honour of BTS’ upcoming eighth year anniversary on 13 June – awww!
Honestly, it takes a great amount of effort and dedication to pull off a great deed like that, so kudos to all the ARMYs who participated in the cause!
And to the rest of us, it’s alright if you can’t raise enough money to support the frontliners because the easiest thing we can all do is to take care of ourselves and stay at home to flatten the curve, and ease the burden on our frontliners.