This Is How Mumbai Police Used BTS’s ‘Dynamite’ Lyrics To Warn Netizens Of COVID-19 Dangers

Mumbai Police uses famous Kpop Boyband BTS's Dynamite song lyrics to warn dangers of COVID-19 during the festive season.

This festive season Mumbai Police’s official back with its hilarious and a strong messaged post on its social media handle. Mumbai Police’s social handle is famously known for not only the post of an act of duty and kindness done by the department but also comes up with hilarious posts on the most trending topics.

Yesterday Mumbai Police was back again with a post inspired by the popular Kpop BoyBand BTS’s hit track ‘Dynamite’ wherein they used one of the lyrics form the song, “Bring a friend, join the crowd, Whoever wanna come along,” along with a lovely pic of  V from the music video.

Mumbai Police found a perfect way to warn citizens of Covid-19 risks by captioning the pic saying, “No, no, not today. Love yourself, stay indoors!” they captioned the post and warned of the ‘#DynamiteDangersOfCoronavirus’.


Lately, BTS has been in the news and rumors have been going around of their possible visit to India during their next tour and with their back-to-back hits and amazing songs, things have gotten crazy among their Indian Army as they have become the talk of the town now.

Mumbai police were previously seen always making relatably hilarious and engaging posts on their social handle which and yet again they are back with the famous Kpop group BTS song lyrics ‘Dynamite’ which had made history in the music industry.

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