We already know that enthusiastic BTS fans or “ARMYs” as they call themselves are always keen on setting new records much like the popular boyband that continues to achieve new milestones and maintains a steady streak of winning new awards in music.

On Sept. 6, a “bored” ARMY stirred up Twitter Space with a “screaming concert” that was attended by over 60,000 people allowing the host to set a new record of having the most number of listeners on Twitter Space.

ARMYs and other curious minds trooped to the #btsbutimscreamingthelyrics link that immediately became a trending topic worldwide Monday.

For the uninitiated, Twitter Spaces allows people to have live audio conversations whether it is an intimate discussion or between a large group of people.

On Monday, Twitter user “Yoongi’s gf” who goes by the user name @Carrotbunk00 started the space #btsbutimscreamingthelyrics where she screamed lyrics of popular BTS songs.

The ARMY Twitter Space host later sang normally to the delight of other fans who kept pouring in her space allowing her to surpass a previous record of 50,000 listeners as per Koreaboo.

ARMYs kept retweeting the link until it reached over 60,000 listeners.

A fan pointed out how the screaming concert was able to attract more than the number of people who could fill up a stadium. “60k+ listeners please she should out the stadium capacity nauur bts (sic) concert who! This is lit #btsbutimscreamingthelyrics.”

Another fan expressed her pride in the “historic” moment and cautioned against underestimating a “bored” ARMY. “Never underestimate the power of a bored and tannie (sic) deprived army. #OurAceYoongisGf #btsbutimscreamingthelyrics.”

Another fan sent a virtual “water tank” to congratulate @carrotbunk00 for her space’s success. “Dear Twitter, mark the date. A history was made this day. Congrats dear, @carrotbunk00 *Sending water tanks as gratitude.”

Even Twitter’s Chief Financial Officer, Ned Segal, was among the verified users who joined the space.

The Twitter Space of “Yoongi’s gf” lasted for about three and a half hours without the host revealing her identity. Recently, BTS entered the 2022 Guinness World Records Hall of Fame.

Guinness noted that the group’s monstrous hit “Butter” paved the way for most of its awards, including the most-viewed YouTube video in 24 hours (108,200,000 views); the most-streamed track on Spotify in the first 24 hours (11.04 million); and the most-streamed act on Spotify (16.8 billion streams).

South Korean boy band BTS perform during the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards BTS is back live in action with their "Permission To Dance" concert in LA. Photo: MTV / -