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G-Dragon's Flower Made of Money Criticized

By Staff Writer | August 12, 2012 03:29 PM EDT

G-Dragon's Flower Made of Money Criticized
Big Bang member G-Dragon's photo of a flower made of money on his Twitter was received very negatively by some (Photo : Twitter)

Big Bang member G-Dragon posted a photo of a flower made of money on his Twitter on Saturday, which caused some of the internet users to respond very negatively.

The photo showed a flower made up of a 50,000 Korean Won note and a 10,000 won note, titled 'Money flower is blooming.' This seems to have been a prop for his solo music video which he is currently working on for his comeback.

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The internet users who saw the picture said that he shouldn't be making light of money. "Whether it's real or fake, it's a little overboard." "Did he really think this through before showing off a flower made of money?" "You crumpled the bills really nice. Why did you show off?"

Some tried to defend him by saying, "I'm sure it was because it was pretty," and "It was just a prop, doesn't mean he devalues money."

Photo Credit: G-Dragon's Twitter

Tagged :  G-Dragon, Big Bang, Twitter

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