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G-Dragon, BTS agency deny drug involvement

MANILA, Philippines — Several K-pop agencies denied rumors that their artists were involved in drug cases. 

Police are investigating South Korean entertainers over alleged drug use following news that Big Bang's G-Dragon was allegedly booked for drug charges. 

In a statement released earlier today, G-Dragon denied that he is using drugs. 

“I’ve never used drugs,” he said in the statement released through his lawyers, as reported by Yonhap.

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“I'll actively and more sincerely cooperate with the police investigation since I know well that many people are worried about me,” he added.

Soompi reported that BTS' label, Big Hit Music, denied that the group was involved in the controversy.

"BTS is completely unconnected to the relevant rumor and [the rumor] is not true in the slightest," Big Hit said, as per the Soompi article.

"We will take strong action against the indiscriminate circulation of rumors," it added.

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol called for more stringent measures to eliminate drugs in the country earlier this year.

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