Days after BTS’ RM shared a song that led to netizens asking for an apology from RM for insulting a religion. He has clarified his intentions by saying he never meant to insult any religion in his Weverse live.
RM aka Kim Namjoon opened up about the recent row asking his fans (BTS ARMY) and audiences to believe his words. He said it was only a song he wished to share with his fans without any ill intentions.
RM clarifies he is not apologizing but speaking the truth adding he does not wish to speak more on this topic. RM said that he respects all religions.
“Okay guys I know what you are talking about. You just keep telling me that I insulted a religion but I didn’t. There was no intention or like purpose to insult a religion. I respect every belief and every religion that’s all I could say. So please don’t. I know what’s going on in my Instagram, I can see. But I never…there was no such purpose or at least one percent of my heart or intention to insult a religion okay? Guys (shakes his head), it’s a song, okay? I am not apologizing, I am just saying,” says RM.
He further says, “I have my own soul. I am 30 years old. I can express my truth. Please a word is a word, believe my words from myself, not just guessing, pretending and assuming, okay? I know I can’t, I know my limits, even if I am telling my truth, I know I can’t convince and persuade every person. Maybe some people would think of me like, ‘Oh no you still lie. You had that intention and purpose to insult’, which I didn’t, I never. Guys, I understand what you are saying but I just can’t lie to you. I am just being honest.”
The BTS leader concludes saying, “I am fine, there are no problems. But I heard that there are some problems and the noise is all around. So I just had to say that because some people keep chatting with me about that. Yo, okay, just believe me. Ya, let’s change the topic. I didn’t want to say this but some people just made me say this. I just can’t stand it right now. I have been holding my things in my heart for ten years. But now I can’t deal with this. I just have to say. If it’s me, believe my own words…Problems happen but I am a strong man.”All these rows on the internet started because he shared on his Instagram story a Frank Ocean’s song called ‘Bad Religion.’ This 2012 song explores unrequited love faced by religious struggles.
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