John Cena Volunteers Himself To Become BTS's Bodyguard After K-Pop Group Got Mobbed At The Airport
Hollywood actor/wrestler John Cena has offered himself to become BTS's bodyguard after the septet's arrival at the Incheon International Airport turned into chaos. Cena doesn't mind following the K-pop group around as they tour the world, just like the Army.
The "Fake Love" hitmakers were heading to Taiwan for their SBS Super Concert in Taipei when they were swarmed by their followers. A large group of fans was already waiting at the airport before the group arrived. As soon as BTS stepped into the airport, fans went wild trying to catch a glimpse of their idols.
Some were even spotted shoving their phones at the faces of Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook while trying to take their photos. The security guards got a little aggressive as they tried to protect the BTS members. Watch the video below.
When the clip of the commotion at the airport was shared online, many members of the BTS Army shared their thoughts about what happened. Netizens can't believe how unruly the fans at the airport had become. Many understand why BTS security needs to become harsh in situations like this.
One fan comment caught the attention of many, including John Cena himself. Fans said BTS needs Cena to keep fans at the designated line. The wrestler-turned-actor replied to the call and shared his thoughts about it.
"I've had a little trouble keeping up lately but does @BTS_twt @bts_bighit need a bodyguard? Crazy because I've been with them for years, they just can't see me #GotYourSix," the WWE superstar wrote. Cena also reiterated his message to BTS in a post on Facebook.
Many fans love Cena's response, saying it only proves that he is a real Army as he reads their tweets. Some said Cena would be the best bodyguard even if BTS says yes to him. So far, BTS or Big Hit Entertainment have yet to comment on Cena's post.
The Marine actor is known to be an avid follower of BTS. When he hosted the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in March, he mentioned the boy band several times. Cena gave a nod to his beloved group by dancing on stage to the tune of BTS's hit single "Mic Drop." He also made a shout-out to his favorite BTS members, J-Hope and RM. The K-pop band won the Favorite Global Music Star at the time.
The wrestler recently broke off his engagement to long-time girlfriend Nikki Bella after six years together. Cena's next in-ring appearance will be at the WWE Super Show-Down at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia on October 6.