BTS’s V Clowns A Translator For Censoring His Swearing At “PERMISSION TO DANCE” Las Vegas Concert
You never know what will go down at a BTS concert, but one thing’s for certain; it’s always entertaining!
On April 8 and 9, BTS held their first two PERMISSION TO DANCE ON STAGE – LAS VEGAS shows at Allegiant Stadium. As always, V went out of his way to make sure fans were enjoying the show. He gave a fan his ARMY Bomb lightstick…
…tossed a bouquet of flowers…
…played around with his members…
…and teased the translator?
At one concert, BTS experienced some minor technical difficulties. “We had trouble with the screen earlier,” V explained. “and I was thinking, ‘Aish jenjang!'” In other words, “Oh, sh*t!”
The translator toned down V’s swearing by translating “sh*t” as “shoot,” but V wasn’t having that! He turned around and said to the translator, “It’s not shoot though.”
Much to V’s delight, the translator corrected his translation to “sh*t“…
…and fans are loving it, too!
🐻 “we had trouble with the screen earlier and I was thinking ahh shibal”
translator: “we had trouble with the screen earlier and I was thinking oh shoot”
🐻 “it’s not shoot though”
🐻 😊 pic.twitter.com/d9yZO2Rcgp
— bora (slow) 🐢 (@modooborahae) April 9, 2022
For more from the concert, check out ARMY’s boldest signs and BTS’s reactions to them here:
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