T.O.P Calls People Evil and Says BIGBANG Won’t Make a Comeback in Korea

“I’m not going to make a comeback in Korea.” – T.O.P

BIGBANG‘s T.O.P called out people for being wicked and stressed that he won’t be making a comeback in Korea.

T.O.P recently held a live broadcast on Instagram to chat with fans.

He revealed the reason for holding the broadcast, which was to show people how he’s really been doing.

I just wanted to show people this side of me. I don’t think people know exactly how I’m doing, so I thought I’d show everyone.

– T.O.P

T.O.P then surprised many fans by calling out the public and announcing that he won’t be making a comeback in Korea.

I’m not going to make a comeback in Korea. I just don’t want to do the comeback itself. My friends are against it. People are just wicked.

– T.O.P

Many fans are interpreting this to mean that the public hasn’t been viewing T.O.P or BIGBANG in a positive light lately.

Following BIGBANG’s debut in 2006, T.O.P was sentenced to 10 months in prison in 2017 for smoking marijuana.

Furthermore, G-Dragon was also involved in a marijuana controversy, Daesung faced suspicions of being involved in an adult entertainment business, and Seungri shed a negative light upon the entire group with his Burning Sun scandal.

It was no secret that fans began to view the group negatively, but T.O.P’s recent remarks make it that much clearer just how difficult it has been on them.

As for future activities, BIGBANG is set to perform this coming April at Coachella.

 

Source: Insight
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