It wasn't because of an empowering song, but rather because of bts members' opinion on it which is why this is problematic. No woman should feel invalidated in her choice of attire because of men's opinion, let alone hijab. This is really messed up and before someone jumps on me, this has nothing to do with bts or fandoms drama, there're literally Muslim armies in the QRTs telling her how wrong she is.
Otherwise, I don't want to get into the details about why this is particularly problematic because it's about hijab. I'm sure any Muslim girl here would understand.
Yeah, sorry. I do not understand.
It was just my understanding of the situation.
As I said, male and not muslim.