Fans of BTS and SB19 are seeking clarification from Billboard about a controversial tweet from Chart Data, which said the Filipino boy band has set a new record as the longest-running No. 1 on the Hot Trending Songs chart.

The data-driven Twitter account announced Monday that SB19's hit song "Bazinga" has spent seven weeks on the chart, breaking the record of the longest-running No. 1 hit on the list.

"@SB19Official's 'Bazinga' spends a seventh week at #1 on the weekly #HotTrendingSongs chart, breaking the record for longest running #1 hit," Chart Data tweeted.

While many fans of SB19, collectively known as A'Tin, rejoiced over the announcement, others chose to be cautious about the tweet and wait for an official announcement from Billboard.

"Wait po, kindly verify. The chart was frozen since last week. We don't want any misunderstandings, thank you!" a fan of SB19 noted in a tweet.

Some fans of BTS also expressed their doubts and asked Chart Data for an explanation.

"@chartdata, please help us understand. Isn't Butter #1 in the last 7 days? What's your basis for this one? 'Cause on the BB website, Butter is #1. We don't want to cause any misunderstandings," a fan tweeted.

Unfortunately, the confusion has led to some BTS fans throwing shade at SB19 and their supporters. In response to the negativity, an SB19 fan said, "Owemji we really made it!!! All the accusations, hurtful words that were thrown at us, even to our beloved idols, are all worth it. 'The more you bash, more blessings will come to us.'"

On Billboard's Hot Trending Songs chart in the week of Jan. 22, SB19's "Bazinga" ended up at No. 1, followed by BTS' "Butter" at No. 2.

Billboard earlier said "Bazinga" tied with "Butter," which dominated the chart for six weeks in November and December last year, right after the chart's launch in October.

Last month, the Filipino group made a surprise leap from No. 8 to the summit of the chart, which ranks global music-related trends and conversations on Twitter, and became the first act to replace BTS at the No. 1 spot on the said chart.

This handout photo courtesy of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. / ABC shows South Korean band BTS accept the Favorite Pop Duo or Group award onstage during the 2021 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles This handout photo courtesy of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. / ABC shows South Korean band BTS accept the Favorite Pop Duo or Group award onstage during the 2021 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles Photo: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. / ABC via AFP