BTS’s Suga Answers Whether He Lets His Parents Listen To His Swearing In Songs
LA Times recently released a brand new interview with Suga his solo career and the future of BTS.
He discussed how the BTS members are like a family to him and even revealed whether or not the boys can get competitive with each other in their solo achievements.
He also talked about his real family, including his mom and dad. Over the years, fans have learned how meaningful his parents are to him.
377. Suga once discovered his parents in the audience and bowed towards them and started crying mid-kneel.
377. 슈가는 콘서트 도중 객석의 부모님을 발견하고 절을 하다 엎드려 운 적이 있다. pic.twitter.com/DoMqi4pDDu
— 방탄소년단의 사소한 TMI (@BTSTMI130613) March 27, 2020
Previously, Suga’s parents disapproved of his dream, but overtime, they have come to understand how important his career path is to him.
Suga’s parents are such important figures and his and BTS’s lives that the members frequently mention his dad and love to imitate him!
kookie imitating yoongi's dad pic.twitter.com/GasqK9dRTC
— best moments w bts (@btsbestmoments) March 21, 2023
In the new interview, he answered how he feels when his parents listen to his swearing in his music as Agust D.
I don’t actually let my parents listen to my music before it’s released because there’s so many swear words. *Laugh*
His Agust D songs tend to have more cussing than BTS’s music.
My parents only listen to BTS songs. Things are good with us.
Even a BTS member can still feel shy in front of his parents! Check out more from his interview below.
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