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Fans were excited to hear BTS' new hit song "Fake Love" on American radio stations, but they were surprised it was being censored. According to fans, a line in the song's lyrics that refers to the Korean word for "I, Me, Myself", "naega," is being censored.
It's likely "naega" is censored due to its similarity to a derogatory slur against African-Americans in America.
Check out the original "Fake Love" above and the censored clip below. What are your thoughts on the censorship?