It’s Jungkook vs The Kid LAROI now, and fans are loving it!
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The Australian singer The Kid LAROI who recently collaborated with Jungkook of BTS tricked the latter into eating Vegemite, an Australian food spread that the K-Pop idol had never tried before.
The Kid LAROI along with Jeon Jung-kook and British rapper Central Cee released new music Too Much on October 20, 2023.
The 20-year-old Australian singer-songwriter and rapper’s new track Too Much has been well-received by fans as well as topping musical charts. The track is a part of The Kid LAROI’s upcoming debut album The First Time.
Recently, The Kid LAROI tricked the K-Pop star Jungkook into trying Vegemite by lying to him that it is “fully chocolate.”
The Without You singer introduced the Australian delicacy, Vegemite to the South Korean artist as part of his “Let’s Cook” segment. The hilarious clip which was shared on TikTok shows the young artist pranking Jungkook into eating Vegemite by saying it is an “Australian chocolate spread” and something that he used to eat “for breakfast.”
The video shows The Kid LAROI taking a big scoop of the spread and putting it on a piece of toast whereas the 26-year-old K-Pop idol is seen wondering and side-eyeing the former in response.
“It’s salty!” Jungkook says in disgust after taking a big bite and warns he is going to get “revenge” on The Kid LAROI.
JUNGKOOK IS SO CUTE 😭 pic.twitter.com/TQ1rcHyKDe
— ✿⁷ (@jjkgaIlery) October 25, 2023
The Euphoria artist also reminded the artist in the comments that he is gonna “take revenge,” to which the 20-year-old singer replied, “NOOOOO.”
Fans are wishing all the luck to the Australian singer now that Jungkook has vowed to get revenge.
Meanwhile, Jeon Jung-kook is also set to release his debut solo album titled Golden on November 3, 2023. For the upcoming album, the K-Pop star has collaborated with a number of artists including Ed Sheeran, DJ Snake, Shawn Mendes, and more.
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