BTS’ Suga feels people should be more considerate about mental health and we couldn’t agree more
BTS are sooooo in vogue these days. Everywhere you turn, you look you would find one among ten to be BTS fans. And why not, they are making the world swoon to their tunes, they are writing history and creating records with every music album they release. They recently dropped their album, BE which is winning hearts already. The BTS has touched so many hearts with their songs that they are growing and inspiring millions across the globe every day.
They are so mature when they speak or even when they put out a message for their fans through their music that you’d keep falling for them over and over again. Recently, the septet connected with Esquire and poured their hearts out. Various sessions were conducted and we went over and over again. It so happened that while talking to the septet Suga, the rapper opened up on the notions of masculinity. Suga said that people have varying conditions of masculinity. He said, “There is this culture where masculinity is defined by certain emotions, characteristics. I’m not fond of these expressions.”
He also opened up on mental health and his answer would win your hearts. “What does being masculine mean? People’s conditions vary day by day. Sometimes you’re in a good condition; sometimes you aren’t. Based on that, you get an idea of your physical health. And that same thing applies mentally. Some days you’re in a good state; sometimes you’re not. Many pretend to be okay, saying that they’re not ‘weak,’ as if that would make you a weak person. I don’t think that’s right. People won’t say you’re a weak person if your physical condition is not that good. It should be the same for the mental condition as well. Society should be more understanding,” Suga added.
We totally agree with Suga’s POV and wish that people listen and imbibe such thinking in their daily lives.
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