G-Dragon Apologizes, "I Crossed Many Lines I Shouldn't Have... I'll Be Careful From Now On"
By Staff Writer | September 21, 2012 03:41 AM EDT
G-Dragon's apology caught much attention.
In the interview held for his solo album One of a Kind held yesterday, Big Bang's G-Dragon stated "There have been many incidents with our members here and there. Those incidents weren't little things that are easy to understand, and as one in the position of responsibility, I believe a big fault was on my behalf."
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He continued, "I don't know what others think of us, but we Big Bang members are still young and are going through many trial-and-errors. We've only done this work since we were young, so we crossed many lines that we shouldn't have. We will make sure to be careful from now on."
As Big Bang's leader, he said, "I used to tell the members if they did something wrong, but at one point, I became less confident that I could not be a good role model to them. I think I should get back on track now."
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