For almost 23 years, Aerosmith's I Don't Want to Miss a Thing held the record after the hit debuted at No. 1 and held the top spot for four weeks in a row.
Butter racked up 12.4 million U.S. streams, 27.6 million radio airplay impressions and 128,400 downloads over the past week, according to Billboard—which are the stats used to determine the Hot 100.
Based on those numbers, the song has actually become more popular from the week before, which is the first time that's happened since the single debuted at No. 1 on the June 5 chart.
Though streams were down by 1%, radio plays went up 6% and downloads soared 15%, according to Billboard.
Most No. 1 hits taper off in popularity after a short run at the top, but Butter has had a consistent rise in radio plays over the past few weeks.
BTS announced the 5th week achievement themselves on a V-live late last night: