At a crucial point as his drug investigation is coming to an end, G-Dragon posted this
On November 28th, G-Dragon uploaded a video on his channel, featuring him singing ‘OUTRO. New Song,’ released in 2017. In the video, G-Dragon asked, “Who am I?”
The video captures G-Dragon’s moments on stage. The musical segment is paired with a reference to “La divina commedia” (The Divine Comedy), an Italian epic poem written between 1308 and 1321.
Reposting old music seems to suggest that G-Dragon might be dropping hints for his much-anticipated comeback that he promised earlier this year.
In January, he hinted at a comeback, “I plan to meet you through various activities this year. Album preparation is also underway.”
Meanwhile, G-Dragon’s drug investigation is reaching its end.
Based on the statement of club manager A in Gangnam, Seoul, the police suspect G-Dragon of taking drugs at the entertainment venue in December of the previous year and initiated an investigation.
However, G-Dragon has consistently denied drug use from the beginning, “I have not taken drugs. Also, the news reports on ‘violation of drug control laws’ are unrelated.”
In various tests conducted, including rapid tests and detailed examinations, he received negative results. Consequently, the police did not extend G-Dragon’s expired travel ban, lifting the restriction. After the initial police questioning, G-Dragon conveyed his denial of drug allegations through a declaration of innocence.
In the midst of this, the police recently decided not to extend the travel ban against G-Dragon, who received consecutive negative results in drug tests. It has been just about a month since he was named a suspect and became subject to travel restrictions.