GOT7 Gives Children With Incurable Diseases Tickets To 'Keep Spinning' World Tour

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GOT7 is gearing for their Keep Spinning World Tour that will cover Asia, North America, Mexico and Australia. (Photo: https://twitter.com/GOT7Official)

As if there's not yet enough reason to stan JYP Entertainment's GOT7, JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom will be inviting children with incurable diseases from all over the world to attend their Keep Spinning World Tour.

According to a report by All Kpop, GOT7 will be inviting children with incurable diseases, as well as their families to attend every stop in their Keep Spinning World Tour as part of their partnership with the Make-a-Wish Foundation and the kpop idols' advocacy to inspire through their music.

This means that fans who make a wish through the foundation can have their dreams fulfilled when they get to meet GOT7 members up close and personal for their Keep Spinning concerts. Seventeen-year-old fan Karime will be the first fan to experience this unique opportunity on June 15 when sees GOT7 perform live on stage in Seoul.

Meanwhile, as the GOT7 gears to take on the world with their Keep Spinning tour, many of their fans are dissatisfied with the way JYP Entertainment is handling promotions for the group. Some are even calling on fellow fans to unfollow JYPNationParty on Twitter to express their displeasure over the label.

iGOT7 or AgHaSes, the official fandom of JB, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom, are irked over the decision of JYP Entertainment to jointly promote their latest album with their Keep Spinning World Tour which has caused fans a lot of problems.

Some fans complained that because JYP Entertainment was promoting the two projects at the same time, they are torn whether they should buy the GOT7 album or go to the concert because the albums and tickets are being released at almost the same time, a report said.

Among other concerns is the lack of promotion for some of the GOT7 concert venues that result in stadiums not being fully sold out. AgHaSes have also expressed displeasure over the recent rules implemented in GOT7 fan sign events. Some complained about the "no touching" rule, while there were those that were dissatisfied with the very limited time to interact with their idols. Some fans also took to Twitter to share that they felt disrespected as they experienced eavesdropping from GOT7 bodyguards. Worse, they recounted that the bodyguards even laughed while overhearing their conversations.

With a two night back to back performance, GOT7 will kick off their world tour in Seoul on June 15 and 16 before they take on the US, Mexico, Australia, Europe, and Asia until October 26, Kpopmap reported. However, sales for the Europe leg of the tour have been postponed for the meantime.

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