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Mnet Addresses Whether There Will Be A 4th Season Of Unpretty Rapstar This Year
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Mnet Addresses Whether There Will Be A 4th Season Of Unpretty Rapstar This Year

Mnet has announced some sad news for Unpretty Rapstar fans.

On June 19, they stated, Unpretty Rapstar 4 will not be airing this year. Were currently discussing whether it should air next year.

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Unpretty Rapstar is a survival program for female rappers. The show first began in 2015 and aired three seasons forĀ the past two years.

YG Issues Public Apology For BIGBANG T.O.P's Drug Use; Maintains Rapper Used Marijuana Before Enlistment
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YG Issues Public Apology For BIGBANG T.O.P's Drug Use; Maintains Rapper Used Marijuana Before Enlistment

YG Entertainment has issued a public apology after reports broke out that BIGBANG rapper T.O.P. was found positive for marijuana during a drug test conducted by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in March. It was reported that a hair follicle from the rapper was found positive for the substance triggering an investigation by the prosecutor's office.

According to All K-pop, YG Entertainment immediately issued a statement as soon as the news broke out. The label aired T.O.P's side and apologized for his wrongdoing.

BIGBANG's T.O.P. Could Face 5 Years In Prison? Government Conspiracy Involved In Rapper's Drug Charges?
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BIGBANG's T.O.P. Could Face 5 Years In Prison? Government Conspiracy Involved In Rapper's Drug Charges?

As more details about the investigation on BIGBANG T.O.P's drug investigation surfaces, netizens believe that a government conspiracy may be involved in the recent developments. Many users on social media are expecting that T.O.P may not get out of the drug charges as quickly as previous YG artists because of this.

According to a report by All K-pop, some netizens have started bringing out similar drug scandals involving BIGBANG leader G-Dragon and former 2NE1 member Park Bom several years back. It can be recalled that G-Dragon was also investigated for marijuana use in 2011 but eventually received a suspension of the indictment. Unlike T.O.P, however, G-Dragon denied using the drug at all. In 2014, former 2NE1 member Park Bom was found to have tried to smuggle in amphetamines from the US back in 2010 but the case was suspended by prosecutors. At the time, YG Boss Yang Hyun Suk explained in a lengthy social media post that Park Bom was receiving the drugs to treat a medical condition and that they were prescribed by her doctors.

BIGBANG's T.O.P Issues Handwritten Apology Over Drug Scandal; Fans Believe Rapper Won't Get Jail Time
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BIGBANG's T.O.P Issues Handwritten Apology Over Drug Scandal; Fans Believe Rapper Won't Get Jail Time

BIGBANG rapper T.O.P has issued a public apology to his fans following the drug controversy he is currently involved in. The YG artist shared a handwritten apology which states his feelings of remorse and embarrassment over the issue.

According to All Kpop, BIGBANG's T.O.P. uploaded his personally handwritten letter bearing his thoughts on the issue. While apologizing for causing damage to the label, his fellow BIGBANG members, the fans and his family, T.O.P. expressed disappointment in himself for being the cause of such trouble for the people he cared about.

Rapper BewhY reveals the shocking amount of times he's performed at a university festival
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Rapper BewhY reveals the shocking amount of times he's performed at a university festival

On the JuneĀ 6 broadcast of SBS's 'One Night of TV Entertainment', rapper BewhY was spotted performing at a university festival.

BewhY commented, "It's been about 30 times that I performed at a university."

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The reporter asked, "That's within this year, right?" The hip-hop artist answered, "No. Within this month (May)," causing many to be surprised by his popularity among college audiences.

"The broadcasting stations follow me around everywhere," BewhY added with pride.