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‘DONDA’ Producer Mike Dean Apologises For “Trolling” BTS

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American producer Mike Dean has apologised to BTS, following a series of tweets where he criticised the group. 

On April 4, the night of the Grammys 2022, Dean took a jab at the K-pop boyband by responding to a tweet from the Recording Academy.

“Name a group ~smoother~ than @bts_bighit, we dare you,” the Recording Academy wrote, to which Dean replied “Anyone.”

 

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Later that night, while responding to BTS fans, Dean questioned the group’s songwriting credits.

“It’s funny to read so many armys saying BTS members write ‘90% of their music.’ There is no way BTS members have [written] 90% of their music,” he wrote.

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“Just check the writing credits of every single BTS album. In all of them are like 9-10 credited songwriters per song,” he added.

Dean has since apologised to the K-pop group, saying he was only “trolling” after Kanye West’s DONDA missed out on Album Of The Year.

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