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Who is twozoobrother? Photo of BTS V on Blackpink Jennie's bed has fans asking if YouTube influencer is the 'traitor'

Whether edited or real, K-pop fans think a close friend of the rumored couple is leaking their photos
UPDATED SEP 17, 2022
Influencer twozoobrother is a friend of BTS' V since 2014 and has been hanging out with Blackpink's Jennie recently (@twozoobrother, @jennierubyjane/Instagram, @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter)
Influencer twozoobrother is a friend of BTS' V since 2014 and has been hanging out with Blackpink's Jennie recently (@twozoobrother, @jennierubyjane/Instagram, @BIGHIT_MUSIC/Twitter)

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: There seems to be a development in the V and Jennie dating rumor as hacker Gurumiharibo just might have shared the source of the leak. Fans have been asking who the influencer known as twozoobrother is after a photo of him on Blackpink Jennie's bed was posted by the hacker on September 17. At the same time, we got a photo of BTS' V lying on a similar looking bed with a cat that just may be Jennie's mother's pet.

BTS' V aka Kim Taehyung and Blackpink's Jennie are embroiled in a dating rumor since May when they were supposedly seen together in Jeju. On September 16, the hacker released several photos of the two K-pop idols on their rumored Jeju date and claimed twozoobrother had taken them. A few hours later, the hacker released a photo of V lying on a bed with blue and white pillows with a white cat. In a previous photo by a different hacker, V was seen lying on a sofa with the same cat. Many think it belongs to Jennie's mother. Well, to prove that the bed photo was related to the Blackpink star, the hacker shared a photo of twozoobrother and the cat on the same bed with Jennie.


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Fans suspect twozoobrother

The hacker has had a Telegram chat with fans who ship V and Jennie and has been name dropping twozoobrother a couple of times. Initially, when Jennie's iCloud or personal Instagram was supposedly hacked, fans wondered if a close friend was the traitor and selling the photos. This goes even for the edited photos as the original V and Jennie solo photos are not available on the internet. Fans have come to two conclusions. Either the edited photos' original solo photo is being sold to an editor. Or the photos are real and is being leaked by the same person.

Fan are now suspecting twozoobrother as he was a friend of BTS' V back in 2014. He is now a friend of Jennie's and is often seen in public with her. He is an influencer, YouTuber and model whose real name is Lee Jong-hyung. Jennie had also gifted him things from her collection when she launched Jentle Garden on Valentine's Day this year. He is also followed by Jennie's manager and is a close friend of HoYeon Jung of 'Squid Game' fame. The hacker also supposedly shared Jennie's private Instagram handle. Fans noticed that the account had been following twozoobrother but blocked him after the latest leak while he has gone private.

'Something's not adding up'

A fan noticed, "Very odd that gurumiharobo said that twozoobrother is the source leaker yet jennie’s managers and one of her best friends still follows him something’s not adding up." With Jennie's friends still following him, many wonder if he was hacked, "Gurumi uploaded a new pic showing Twozoobrother and Jennie along with her cat. mind you, Twozoobrother is followed by Jung Hoyeon, Jennie’s known friend. Is he the one who leaks the pictures of Taehyung and Jennie or is he the one that got hacked?"

Another wondered, "It’s def not iCloud I think it could be twozoo capturing the pics from her private insta and selling them." One fan tweeted, "Everything surrounding this twozoo guy is VERY odd. like smth regarding him in this whole mess just doesn't seem right at all."





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