BTS: J-Hope Announces He’s Recovered From COVID-19, To Perform Alongside Bandmates at the Grammys in April
A week ago, BTS member J-Hope contracted COVID-19. The news rocketed throughout the world, and his fans – or his army, if you please – were worried.
However, it appears like all danger is passed now as the much-loved musician has recovered and sent a message out to his army about his recovery.
In his post on Weverse, which was written in Korean, he’d asked rhetorically if his fans were worried. He’d then added that he’s okay, eats well and sleeps well.
HOBI IS FULLY RECOVERED !!!! pic.twitter.com/JYUdfvKYal
— taya (@blusideseok) March 29, 2022
Any doubts about his recovery were put to rest when he confirmed he’d be attending the Grammys.
BigHit Entertainment, the record label to which he and his BTS pals are signed, confirmed J-Hope’s recovery in a statement which you can check out below.
The news of his recovery has sent many fans into frenzies of jubilation.
BTS, which comprises the friends RM, Jin, Jimin, Suga, J-Hope, V and Jungkook, is one of the biggest bands in Korea. The band has already gone global.
The band is scheduled to perform at the Grammy Awards this year on April 4. So J-Hope’s recovery means a lot – not just to him but to his fans who would love to see him perform at the show.