The event took place during BTS’ Permission to Dance on Stage concert at Allegiant Stadium; RM addressed the loss of their top pop duo/group performance “Butter” at the 2022 Grammy Awards.
BTS Group leader RM accepts the group’s 2022 Grammys loss with a smile.
The group performed at their 2022 Grammy loss in stride. During the group’s Permission to Dance On Stage concert at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on April 9, the 27-year-old performer born Kim Namjoon spoke about losing the best pop duo/group performance award for their Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping smash, “Butter,” at the 2022 Grammy Awards ceremony on April 3.
“Folks, I realize there are many commotions out there about our Grammys and the actual group. However, you know, why to give an s- – about it?” expressed RM at the hour of the Show. “Detesting is their opportunity, and they reserve their option to hate, yet in the event it was me, I’d prefer to talk with my companions in some restaurant and just drop it – – instead of tweeting about it or some meeting. I wouldn’t do that because I’m an adult.”
At the award ceremony on Sunday night, Doja Cat and SZA won the award for the most outstanding pop duo/group performance with “Kiss Me More.” However, the song BTS arguably stole the Show with a James Bond esque performance of “Butter,” complete with intense, laser dodging choreography and member Jungkook riding a rope from the ceiling to the stage.
RM continued his remarks on his appearance at the Grammys at Allegiant Stadium by acknowledging the group’s ever-supportive fans. “In any case, we didn’t come to Vegas for the Grammys. We came to Vegas for the ARMYs, alright? “he assured the concert attendees. “The record, the title, the achievements, the prizes, they’re truly significant. However, that wasn’t the principal thing, the main justification for why we began this multitude of things, right? ”