After Harnaaz Sandhu, Filipina beauty queen Lala Cheena Mae Bautista goes viral in BTS Army for quoting RM’s iconic UNICEF speech


BTS leader Kim Namjoon is admired for a million reasons. One of them is his manner of talking. He is the architect behind some of BTS’ iconic speeches. He went viral on social media after his speech at UNICEF in 2018. That speech helped grow the BTS fandom manifold as it was simple but profound. In fact, that speech is one which is bookmarked by many young speakers all over the world. Now, fans of RM have shared a speech by Filipina beauty queen where she used his iconic lines, “Tell me your story. I want to hear your voice, and I want to hear your conviction. No matter who you are, where you’re from, your skin colour, gender identity: speak yourself.” For all the TV News and Entertainment News updates, follow BollywoodLife on WhatsApp.

BTS ARMY reacts on speech of Filipina beauty queen

BTS ARMY has seen a video where Lala Cheena Mae Bautista, a local beauty queen representing Barangay Poblacion repeated RM aka Namjoon’s UNICEF speech. The funny part was that her question was not at all related to diversity and inclusivity, the two mainstays of Kim Namjoon’s memorable 2018 speech. In fact, she was asked, “If you were a genie in a bottle, who would you like to serve as your master?”. The beauty pageant was part of the Baka Festival that promotes the cattle industry. This happened on January 27, 2024. She replied, “Good evening everyone If I was a genie in a bottle, I would like to serve my mother as my master Because all I can say about this question is whatever who you are, where you are from, your skin color, your gender identity, just speak yourself, find your voice, find your name by speaking yourself, thank you.” BTS fans found it hilarious!

When you are asked to talk but only that one speech is on ur mind#BTSRM #

RM INDIA OFFICIAL ???? (@RMIndiaOfficial) January 27, 2024

A BTS ARMY commented, “She meant I’d serve Kim Namjoon but my mother would beat me up,” but another one stated, “Namjoon should ask for copyright.” She is not the only one. Miss India Universe Harnaaz Sandhu’s speech also seemed heavily inspired by the BTS leader.

Miss India Kim Namjoon ? Speak Yourself

Athena (@seokjeng02) December 13, 2021

Well, BTS leader RM continues to inspire people all over the world. As of now, he is spending time in the military doing his mandatory service.      

 Indian BTS fans share video of Filipina beauty pageant contestant Lala Cheena Mae Bautista quoting RM aka Kim Namjoon’s speech at an event in Isabel city of The Philippines 

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