G-Dragon’s hair and nails reportedly test negative for drugs

South Korean musician G-Dragon has reportedly tested negative for drugs in his hair and nails.

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Korea JoongAng Daily reported today (November 21) that the Big Bang member has allegedly tested negative for drugs in his fingernails and toenails. A day prior (November 20), Yonhap New Agency reported that a sample of the singer’s hair had also tested negative.

According to Korea JoongAng Daily, the two tests “mean that the singer has likely not used drugs for up to a year”. The publication notes that hair tests can detect drug use dating back a year, while nail tests range around six months.

G-Dragon was first booked by police for suspected drug use in late-October. At the time, the singer released a statement through his lawyer denying the allegations against him, claiming that he has “never used drugs”.

The Big Bang member later appeared for police questions and a urine drug test on November 6. Following the questioning, G-Dragon told media that he tested negative for drugs and had “asked the police to carry out an emergency extensive test”.

A day after his police questioning, the singer took to his personal Instagram with a post that seemingly addressed his current legal troubles. “Justice will prevail,” he wrote. “Everything will go in its right way in the end.”

Last week, on November 13, G-Dragon reiterated his innocence in an interview with South Korean news network Yonhap News TV. During the interview, he also denied allegations that he had tried to “tamper with evidence”.

G-Dragon is the latest South Korean celebrity to be investigated by police over alleged drug use, following Parasite actor Lee Sun-kyun and Hellbound star Yoo Ah-in.

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