“Give A Warning”: ARMYs Go Viral For The Scariest Halloween Costume Ever


ARMYs are going viral for the “scariest” Halloween costume.


While many ARMYs gain inspiration from the members’ various eras or even memes for their costumes this time of year…

Thank youuu so much to all my beautiful ppl that left me sweet messages and wished me a happy birthday. I appreciate you all so much For the ppl asking, yes this is gonna be my Halloween costume which is inspired by BTS Black Swan era. One of my top fave BTS concept pic.twitter.com/xPVXJfc5QT

— Bɾιαɳα 𝘑𝘪𝘩𝘰𝘱𝘦⁷𝘴 𝘮𝘪𝘭𝘪𝘵𝘢𝘳𝘺 𝘸𝘪𝘧𝘦❥ (@HopeBriMin0213) October 3, 2023

I’m a king, I’m a boss
새겨놓아 내 이름

Happy Halloween from my little spud! #AgustD #Daechwita #Suga #BTS #Taechwita pic.twitter.com/zRfMZAjuk1

— Nino Alejandro (@NinoAlejandro) October 31, 2021

Some are taking it a whole different direction.

Erica (@itsemonet on TikTok) shared a video of herself picking up her Halloween costume from Walgreens that has now gone viral with 94.9K at the time of writing. While it appeared to be a blank sheet of paper at first, she revealed that it read, “Hello. This is BIGHIT MUSIC.” 


whats scarier then a “hello, this is bighit music” notice #halloweencostume #halloween #bts #fyp #bighit_official_bts

♬ Halloween ・ cute horror song – PeriTune

Likewise, another video of an ARMY at a Halloween party wearing a sheet of paper, reading, “Hello. This is BIGHIT MUSIC” across their chest went viral with 905.9K views at the time of writing.


El disfraz mas terrorifico lit #bts #btsmilitary #btscostume #fyp

♬ sonido original – Miku-chan!

Netizens commented, saying these Halloween costumes were “scary” and “triggering.” Some said it should have come with a warning!

Since Weverse was launched, “Hello. This is BIGHIT MUSIC” has become ARMYs’ most dreaded notification as it usually only comes with bad news, such as COVID-19 or enlistment. Read more below.

10+ Fans Who Are 200% Done With Seeing “Hello, This Is BigHit Music”


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