BTS has gone and done it again.
K-pop group BTS has broken the world record for most Twitter engagements, according to a report by HuffPost.
The seven-piece boy band will enter next year’s Guinness Book of Records for having an average of 252,200 retweets per tweet on Twitter to date, notes the report.
They’ve also scooped up the more specific title of having the most Twitter engagements for a music group.
The South Korean group has over 10 million fans on its main Twitter account, @bts_twt.
Congrats to @BTS_twt on a stellar performance at last night’s @AMAs! ????#DYK? The South Korean band has succeeded in earning a spot in this year’s #GWR2018 edition for having the world’s most @Twitter engagements for a music group! ???????????? #BTSxAMAs https://t.co/8kRrByat80 pic.twitter.com/u9mXcPVWDP
— GuinnessWorldRecords (@GWR) November 20, 2017
BTS’ closest runner-up was Harry Styles, who reportedly received an average of 165,473 retweets. The K-pop band’s other official account @bts_love_myself, also drew in an average of 103,290.
According to Socialblade, BTS’ Twitter engagement count has already risen to 255,111 at the time of publication.
Earlier this week, BTS became the first K-pop group to be invited to perform at the American Music Awards.
It looks like there’s really no stopping them.