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Disney + Censors BTS in “Permission to dance on stage – LA”

Disney censored BTS in BTS: PERMISSION DOWN DANCE ON THE SCENE – THIS.

BTS managers | BIG MUSIC AND NAVER

After much speculation, it was announced in July that Disney and BTS had teamed up on multiple projects. It includes In SOOP: Acquaintance, BTS: PERMISSION DOWN DANCE ON THE SCENE – THIS, and BTS SIGHTS: BEYOND THE STAR.

BTS: PERMISSION DOWN DANCE ON THE SCENE – THIS is a film with concert experience documenting four-day BTS concerts on November 27-28, 2021 at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Violet colors the city of Los Angeles as BTS invites you to the “Permission to Dance” concert at the SoFi Stadium for the first time in two years. At the stadium emanating expectation and cheers.

– Disney +

BTS: PERMISSION DOWN DANCE ON THE SCENE – THIS was recently released on Disney + Day, September 8, along with a ton of other original content.

Excitedly, ARMY rushed to Disney + to watch it, or survive again PTDLA or live vicariously.

Those who attended PERMIT FOR DANCE ON STAGE THIS personally felt that some great moments had been edited or cut. This can often happen due to a timing match that the directors or editors deem appropriate.

@_w_w

golf swing jimin #bts #kpop #ptd #ptdonstage #jimin

♬ original sound – snow

However, the most shocking thing was that Disney had apparently censored BTS multiple times, especially RM.

In one moment J-Hope instructs ARMY when to pick up ARMY bombs. RM adds, “It’s simple as hell” but the subtitles read “Easy as pie.”

@jjkjuul

I’m dead # ptdonstageconcert #btsdisneyplus #bts_official_bighit

♬ original sound – jjkjuul

Likewise, even Jungkook‘s “Oh yes” was edited in the credits on Disney +.

Additionally, during the “IDOL” RM famously exclaimed: “Put your fucking hands up!” In this case, the signature simply omitted the profanity.

@vi_aguilar

I never get the chills when I swear during IDOL #fyp #bts #ptdlaconcert #ptdladisneyplus # ptdladay2 #idol #namjoon

♬ original sound – vianna⁷

The movie is only TV-PG, and given that BTS fans include people of all ages, censoring the F word makes sense. Otherwise, the film would be rated PG-13 or even an R depending on how many times it is used.

It is doubtful, however, that the language is only censored in captions / subtitles. You can still hear RM say both hell and fuck.

Not only that, but Disney + isn’t just for kids. It contains many movies and TV shows that contain profanity, such as Deadpool and Daredevil.

Deadpool | Disney +

So ARMYs find their fun in Disney’s weird choice of censorship.

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