The results of G-Dragon’s hair sample test have finally been revealed. Not surprisingly, the results confirm that the BIGBANG member has been telling the truth all along.

G-Dragon’s Hair Sample Test Results Finally Revealed

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon, who had been under suspicion of drug use, has tested negative for drugs in the detailed analysis of his hair sample conducted by the National Institute of Forensic Science. The results were reported to the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency’s Narcotics Unit. However, the analyses of both his fingernail and toenail samples are pending release.

On November 6, G-Dragon voluntarily visited the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency’s Narcotics Unit, where he underwent a four-hour interrogation. During this process, the police conducted an initial reagent test, which yielded negative results. To conduct a more comprehensive analysis, urine and hair samples were collected and sent to the National Forensic Service. The preliminary drug test results came back negative on the same day, prompting the police to gather additional samples, including hair and fingernails, for a more detailed examination that took more time.

The negative results from the hair sample analysis provide a significant development in G-Dragon’s case, alleviating concerns about his alleged involvement in any drug-related activities. The pending analyses of his fingernail and toenail samples will likely provide further clarity on the situation. The BIGBANG singer’s cooperation with the authorities, including voluntarily submitting to testing, reflects a proactive approach to address the allegations and maintain transparency.

Earlier, there were reports raising suspicion about G-Dragon concealing evidence related to his potential drug use. He had been booked by the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency last month on charges of illegal drug use, which his lawyers subsequently denied. Recently, G-Dragon voluntarily cooperated with investigations at the Incheon Metropolitan Police Agency’s Narcotics Unit and provided samples to the National Forensic Service for analysis.