BIGBANG’s Seungri To Cancel Upcoming Concerts And Halt All Schedules

This comes after the numerous scandals he has recently been wrapped up in.

On February 28, YG Entertainment has announced that BIGBANG‘s Seungri will be canceling his upcoming concerts and schedules.

Seungri will unfortunately be canceling his upcoming concert in Osaka on March 9-10 and Jakarta on March 17. We ask the many people who have been looking forward to the concert for your understanding.

ㅡ YG Entertainment

YG Entertainment also stated that he will be halting all future schedules in addition to the concerts in order to actively cooperate with the future investigations that are to take place.

Seungri will halt all schedules in addition to the concerts and focus on actively cooperating with all police investigations that will take place.

ㅡ YG Entertainment

Seungri has recently been accused of offering prostitutes to his business clients. He has since voluntarily reported to the police to cooperate with investigations about all of his scandals involving Club Burning Sun, drugs, corruption, etc.

In regard to his prostitution accusations, Seungri has reportedly stated, “It occurred over 3 years ago so I don’t even remember. I have not participated in a Kakaotalk chatroom of such content.” Meanwhile, the results of his 1st drug investigation have come out negative.

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Read YG Entertainment’s full statement below:

“Hello, this is YG Entertainment.

Seungri will, unfortunately, be canceling his upcoming concert in Osaka on March 9-10 and Jakarta on March 17. We ask the many people who have been looking forward to the concert for your understanding.

Seungri voluntarily reported to the police station at 9 pm last night and took part in the police investigations regarding the series of suspicions for approximately 8 hours and 30 minutes.

In particular, Seungri earnestly requested a strict police investigation on suspicions of prostitution.

Seungri will halt all schedules in addition to the concerts and focus on actively cooperating with all police investigations that will take place.

As an issue that many people have been giving their attention to, we hope that all the suspicions and the truth will be revealed as quickly as possible through the swift and strict investigations by the police.”

Source: Osen and Kookmin Ilbo
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