Fans find hidden message in BIGBANG’s “Let’s Not Fall In Love” track

If you weren’t distracted by the amazing visuals of BIGBANG‘s latest music video “Let’s Not Fall In Love,” you might have heard what these VIPs did.

BIGBANG released their final MADE single E on August 5th featuring the group song “Let’s Not Fall In Love” and the GD&TOP unit comeback song “Zutter.”

During “Let’s Not Fall In Love,” fans found a hidden message provided by the members during the break of the track in the music video. In a fan made video that was titled “BIGBANG’s ‘Let’s Not Fall In Love’ Backward Masking,” they have clipped the hidden message for those who missed it and played it in reverse.

Take a listen below:

A female voice is first heard saying in Korean, “You always do this,” and a male voice says backwards in English, “Sorry, it’s not you, it’s me.” The girl replies, “You selfish bastard.”

Many are confused as to why it was chosen for the male to say “Sorry, it’s not you, it’s me” backwards instead of normally in the original recording.

You can hear the original at 2:50 below:

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