BTS‘s Jimin, J-Hope, and V just proved that there are two different kinds of people: those who strive to keep things PG, and those who just don’t give a f**k!
On March 30, Jimin held a live stream with fans where he chatted with V and Jin, ate tasty food, and played Lauv‘s song “Modern Loneliness.” Jimin sang along to the lyrics, “And I’ve been tryna fill all of this empty”, but when he reached the next line, he there was a problem!
Jimin censored “but f**k, I’m still so empty” by making a cute bleh-bleh-blah noise over the expletive. Then, he broke out into a huge smile, giggling.
Jimin isn’t the only BTS member who plays songs with swear words during broadcasts, but he handled it very differently than J-Hope and V did!
J-Hope blasted “X” by ScHoolboy Q, 2 Chainz & Saudi, dancing to the lyrics, “f**k the place up, f**k the place up, f**k the place up”.
Then there’s V, bopping along to DaBaby‘s “BOP” without a care in the world. “What’s your name? Get the f**k out the spot, n**ga (get the f**k)”.
let’s not forget about tae’s iconic live pic.twitter.com/S2HHhcu5Hn
— isabella ⁷ (@IsabellaBellio) March 30, 2020
The contrast between angelic Jimin and his DGAF members is making fans love this moment even more!
the difference btw jimin and hobi shjdjsjs jimin tried to censor the “fck” in the lyrics… and then you have hoseok 🥺😭 pic.twitter.com/z5cdDqaJyG
— omega plump pussy ☻⁷ (@hotboyseok) March 30, 2020