Yachting Company Deletes Website And Social Media After Captain Leaks Video Of BTS’s Jungkook And Jimin

His superior told him not to take out his phone, but he did anyway.

ARMYs hoped to see interactions between BTS‘s Jimin and Jungkook as they were both in New York City. Recently, Jungkook made his solo debut with “Seven (feat. Latto)” performing on Good Morning America. 

As hoped for, we saw Jimin and Jungkook meet and hang out as videos surfaced of them aboard a yacht. You might have noticed no audio if you saw a video of the BTS members. The reason was that the person behind the camera made rude remarks about the BTS members.


The man behind the camera could be heard laughing and mockingly commenting, “The dude in charge… he was all, ‘You guys need to keep your phones put away, don’t talk a lot in English.’ I said, ‘Listen, bro, they’re getting on my boat, not the other way around, player.'” According to ARMYs, he and his friends allegedly continued to mock BTS, making jokes at their expense and saying no one knew who they were.

The man in question was the yacht charter’s captain, and he shared the videos via his Instagram Stories. ARMYs were enraged that Jungkook and Jimin’s privacy was invaded, and the trusted yacht captain also rudely made rude and xenophobic remarks about them. So, many ARMYs contacted BIGHIT MUSIC and the captain’s yacht company out of concern.

Shortly after, the yachting company took down its website. Additionally, both the company’s social media as well as the captain’s had been deleted and/or privated.

Set Adrift Yachts’ website is no longer available. | Set Adrift Yachts 

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