BTS four day concert in Las Vegas concluded on Saturday evening. Group members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook performed ARMY’s favorite tracks including Permission To Dance, Butter, Fake Love and On and more. Unfortunately, Jin, who was injured earlier, could not play fully and had to limit himself to singing. On the final day, an emotional Jin told the audience that he felt like a burden on the group.
Jin gave a speech after J-Hope praised him for his participation in any way he could. Jin said, “J-Hope said great things about me, but actually, I was a bit of a burden on the team. All seven of us move as a team and play as a team, but you know, it shouldn’t have happened but I got hurt,” he added. V, who was sitting on the stage at the time, looked visibly upset. He stood up and walked over to Jin to kick him because he felt he was a burden on the team.” You’re not a burden, okay?” V said.
🐹: in fact, in the team…..I was a bit of a burden
— FlowerKook 🌸🌿🌸 (@abcdefghi__Kooo) April 18, 2022
It’s not the first time that V supported Jin. When discussing in 2020, regarding their album Map Of The Soul 7, RM mentioned that it was the longest they had practiced and “it would be their biggest comeback” to date. Jin addressed the issue of dance practice and said, “I’m not as good at learning the moves as other people.” The rest of the group were shocked upon hearing this and immediately defended him, especially V. “You’re good, don’t say such things.” Jimin cut, “We know the best, since we’re here.” Jin tried to explain, “My abilities might be a little less…” The members chimed in and said, “You’ve always been good.” Jin had to hastily tell V not to get upset.
Meanwhile, much to ARMY’s delight, BTS will be releasing a new album on June 10. Their agency Big Hit released a statement yesterday, saying they would release more details in time.