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He didn’t do any of these things. I thought something was wrong,
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However, after that, his urine tests came out negative, his hair tests came out positive to a miniscule amount, G-Dragon remembered the incident (above) and said, that it wasn’t completely his intentions to smoke it, and the amount he smoked was too small to be charged with. Out of shock, this is probably why he shaved all his hair. The conclusion came out in July, and his hair being shaved was in August. The prosecutor in charge said that there wasn’t any sort of link between the two, and the case was already over.

Kwon Jiyong knew that this article was going to be posted today.
How much pain would he have gone through?

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.. I normally don’t post on my journal. Not lately, anyway. However, in light of recent events, I thought that this should be shared, at one point or an
To deny any plagiarism allegations, Flo Rida flew to Korea, came to G-Dragon’s solo concert, and performed a remix of “Heartbreaker” with G-Dragon on stage. All accusations were since dropped.
BIGBANG, one of the biggest names in K-Pop, have come a long way since their debut in 2006. Because they are one of the longest tenured K-Pop idols, they have also had their fair share of scandals throughout the years. Let’s take a look at a couple of BIGBANG’s scandals that they were able to bounce back from.
Seungri ended up going on talk show Incarnation to talk about the scandal publicly. Fans appreciated his honesty as he explained that this was his first scandal. He even admitted that people started looking at him as more of an adult after the photos spread.
Back in 2011, G-Dragon went on hiatus after he had tested positive for marijuana. Although the initial urine test came out negative, a hair test detected a weak positive for marijuana. Because the amount was minimal, however, and this was G-Dragon’s first offense, charges were eventually dropped.
A couple of months after the song was released, however, netizens started accusing G-Dragon of plagiarizing Japanese DJ’s FreeTEMPO and their track “Sky High” for “Lies”. G-Dragon stayed silent on the matter at first, but as the scandal started to get out of hand, BIGBANG’s agency (YG Entertainment) spoke up in G-Dragon’s defense. The agency had reached out to FreeTEMPO to get their opinion on the matter, and FreeTEMPO themselves denied that “Lies” was a plagiarism of “Sky High.”
The situation was made worse when photos of Seungri and Japanese model Anna Kubo were seen in Hong Kong kissing, acting like a couple. This scandal was quickly dismissed, however, when YG Entertainment explained that the two had just finished filming for a Japanese drama and they were just close friends.
Despite some major scandals, BIGBANG was able to come back strong!
After the controversial incident, T.O.P released a public apology letter, showing remorse. He has since re-enlisted for his mandatory military duties as a public service worker at the Yongsan District Office, and has been keeping himself out of the spotlight, utilizing the time to self-reflect.
In 2017, while T.O.P was serving in the military, he was charged with using marijuana. A controversial trainee, Han Seo Hee, was initially charged with using the substance, when an investigation discovered that T.O.P had consumed marijuana with her on several occasions. After drug tests came out positive, T.O.P received a 10-month prison sentence suspended for 2 years and he was booted from his military service.
BIGBANG, one of the longest tenured groups in K-Pop have had their fair share of scandals over the years that they've been able to recover from.