Model Featured On BTS RM’s Album Poster Shares Their Encounter, Sparking A Heated Debate

Model Featured On BTS RM’s Album Poster Shares Their Encounter, Sparking A Heated Debate

BTS‘s leader RM is gearing up to put out his second solo album, Right Place Wrong Person, soon.

The release is being teased with various content, including intriguing concept photos,

and posters that look straight out of a movie.

The common factor in all of the posters released so far is that many other non-celebrity faces surround RM. One such model recently sent ARMYs down a rabbit hole of confusion and debate while recounting his encounter with the BTS rapper.

Recently, a fan account on X posted a video featuring the man from RM’s album poster talking about meeting RM. He described him as “absolutely charming” and said that they chatted about his military enlistment. But what has fans completely boggled is the man recalling how RM “sat on [his] lap for about fifteen minutes.”


— 𝑭𝒆𝒓𝒛𝒊𝒄𝒉𝒂 SAW ITZY (@ferzicha_uma) May 1, 2024

This bewildering statement has sparked a heated debate, with many fans doubting if they heard the man right. Some speculations about what he actually said include the words “lab” or “left” instead of “lap.”

Did he mean lab…? I mean, how do i get a job where joonie could sit on my lap?

— palttak palttak (@springdaypicnic) May 2, 2024

On his left. LEFT.

— Kel⁷ 『너와 영원히』 (@JoonsSeurat) May 2, 2024

Sat on my left for about 15 minutes.. not lap why tf would RMs giant ass be sitting on this man’s lap be so serious..

— A͎u͎t͎i͎i͎(REST)ʰᵒᵖᵉ ᵒᵗˢ (@prodhobii) May 2, 2024

The OP (original poster), however, put all debate to rest by confirming that the man was indeed talking about RM sitting on his lap. Though OP’s sister, who is a student of the man, clarified that he might have been half-joking about it.

HERE she resend me the audios that she sent to me in NOVEMBER

— 𝑭𝒆𝒓𝒛𝒊𝒄𝒉𝒂 SAW ITZY (@ferzicha_uma) April 30, 2024

Meanwhile, RM’s album Right Place Wrong Person is slated to be released on May 24.

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