DSWD Twitter Mistakenly Used To Fangirl Over Korean Boy Band
DSWD – The official Twitter account of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) accidentally shared a fan post of K-pop group BTOB.
The South Korean artist has obviously dominated the fashion trends and pop songs in the world.
They are admired mostly by young male and female teenagers all over the globe. One of their diehard fans is from the Philippines.
Based on a report from Inquirer, the Twitter account of Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) accidentally used to fangirl over a South Korean boy band recently.
The Philippine government agency mistakenly posted two Tweets of the members of BTOB on July 16.
According to the report, the Tweets regarding the two BTOB members were deleted on the same day but netizens already took screenshots of the post.
On the Facebook Page of Malacañang Events and Catering Services shared the screenshots of DSWD Tweets on July 18.
One of the posts shows that the government agency quoted a video of the BTOB rapper Ilhoon.
“The 2 # BTOB maknaes love to make fun of their Changsub hyung. I’m sure they missed him a lot #BTOB @OFFICIALBTOB @BTOB_Official.”
The other Tweet commented on Yook Sung-Jae’s two photos posing wearing an all-black outfit. It came with a caption, “for the love of #YookSungJae #BTOB.”
Based on the report, this is not the first time a government-affiliated page accidentally Tweeted something.
In August 2017, the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) mistakenly Tweeted the word “fafda.”
Several netizens expressed their reaction on the viral post of DSWD. Here are some of their comments on the post:
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