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Will BIGBANG T.O.P's Drug Scandal Affect G-Dragon's Solo Comeback? VIPs Rally Behind BIG BANG Leader
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Will BIGBANG T.O.P's Drug Scandal Affect G-Dragon's Solo Comeback? VIPs Rally Behind BIG BANG Leader

Will BIGBANG leader G-Dragon be affected by the recent drug scandal involving BIGBANG rapper T.O.P.? G-Dragon is set to release his solo comeback "Kwon Ji Yong" next week and is set to kick off his 19 city world tour on June 10.

Fans are asking whether or not G-Dragon's upcoming projects will be negatively affected by reports about T.O.P's drug charges after he was found positive of marijuana in a recent drug test conducted by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency a week before G-Dragon's much awaited comeback . T.O.P., who is currently serving as a conscripted police officer in the Gangnam District as part of his two-year mandatory service is now facing investigation from the prosecutor's office for violation of drug laws in South Korea.

BIG BANG's G-Dragon To Release Solo Comeback In June Before 19-City World Tour, YG Confirms
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BIG BANG's G-Dragon To Release Solo Comeback In June Before 19-City World Tour, YG Confirms

G-Dragon will be releasing his solo album before kicking off his "G-Dragon 2017 Concert: Act III, M.O.T.T.E," world tour this June 10. This was confirmed by YG Entertainment through a statement.

According to Soompi, G-Dragon will be releasing his solo album "Act III: MOTTE" before he embarks on his 19 city world tour. It was originally planned for the BIG BANG leader to have a major concert at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the album but due to strong demand, the concert expanded to a world tour in no time. For the Seoul leg of the concert on June 10, G-Dragon sold out all 65,000 tickets for the venue in just eight minutes.

T.O.Ps Face Has Been Removed From A Chinese Ad Featuring BIGBANG Since The Drug Scandal
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T.O.Ps Face Has Been Removed From A Chinese Ad Featuring BIGBANG Since The Drug Scandal

News of T.O.P’s drug scandal appears to have reached China as his photo has been removed from a Chinese companys ad, leaving only the rest of the BIGBANG members.

BIGBANGs members dined without T.O.P but were sure to post this image to let him know they were thinking of him.

BIGBANG was appointed the official ambassador for Nongfu Springs cold tea beverages in 2016 and the group members have been seen in the brands promotional material since then.

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.

BIGBANG's T.O.P. Faces Re-Enlistment After Being Dismissed For Drug Scandal
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BIGBANG's T.O.P. Faces Re-Enlistment After Being Dismissed For Drug Scandal

BIGBANG's T.O.P. has been expelled from military service and will have to re-enlist again after he was found positive for marijuana in a recent drug test conducted by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. The BIGBANG rapper will have to re-enlist again according to South Korean law.

According to a report by All Kpop, T.O.P, whose real name is Choi Seung Hyun was dismissed from service as an army policeman for his involvement in the drug charges. It can be recalled that last week, T.O.P. was the subject of controversy after the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency released the results of a hair follicle test conducted on the YG artist which found him positive for marijuana. A female trainee who was earlier picked up by police for marijuana raised the BIG BANG member's name during police interrogation leading them to perform the test on T.O.P.