Singer G-Dragon (35, real name Kwon Ji-yong), a member of the group Big Bang, who caused a stir due to suspicions of drug use, came out and denied the allegations.
On the 27th, G-Dragon issued an official statement through his lawyer and claimed, “First of all, I have never taken drugs.”
He also added, “It has nothing to do with the news reports about ‘violation of the Narcotics Control Act’ that were recently released to the media.”
He continued, “However, because we know that many people are concerned, we will actively cooperate with the investigative agency’s investigation and work more faithfully.”
The police previously detected G-Dragon’s suspicions토토사이트 based on the statement of A (29, female), the manager of a Gangnam entertainment establishment, and are planning to conduct a reagent test soon to determine the type of drug they took and the number of times they took it.
It has been confirmed that G-Dragon is staying in the country, and it will be reviewed in the future whether he will be banned from leaving the country.
G-Dragon, who gained great popularity as the leader of the group Big Bang, was investigated by prosecutors on charges of smoking marijuana in 2011, but the indictment was suspended at the time.
At the time, G-Dragon’s agency explained, “At a drinking party during his Japan tour, a young Japanese man offered him a cigarette and he took two or three sips as a favor.”
On the 25th, the Incheon Police Agency’s drug crime investigation unit booked G-Dragon on charges of violating the law on drug management and is investigating.