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G-dragon in hot water for the Shine A light concert
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Posted 12/16/09

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I hate the fact that GD is getting punished for expressing himself as an artist. A concert is one of the ways that singers get to express themselves. And I know one of the reasons he's getting in trouble because of the fact that kids as young as 12 were there. Okay look, that shouldn't be his fault that the parents decided to buy the tickets for their kids and take them knowing that the "Heartbreaker" CD got labeled as unfit for anyone under the age of 19. So shouldn't that have rang a bell to them as to why their 12 yr old probably shouldn't go to the concert? Yes, maybe the people how were prompting the concert along with YG and GD should have been like "Hey maybe we shouldn't let anyone under the age of 17 come to the concert." But alot of it still goes down to the parents because no 12 yr old would be able to afford to buy their own ticket and get there on their own.

The whole bed scene during "Breathe" is hot, in my opinion. Aimee Lucas is a lucky girl getting to have GD up on her like that. I actually wasn't all that surprised to see that though because if you read the lyrics you know the bed would come into play. Especially being that he used a bed during one of his live performances minus the girl.

But he is also getting in trouble for performing "Korean Dream" and "She's Gone" which were the songs that made his CD unfit for anyone under 19. (Funny how Breathe wasn't one of the reasons being that the lyrics for that one is more explict then the other two. At least I think so.) And that goes back to having 12 yr olds there. The video played for "She's Gone" kind of confused me because I thought that the songs was about the girl OD-ing. Because the reason "She's Gone" was "unfit" was because of the "alleged" drug use in the song. But if you are going to punish GD for that then we should have punished Lady GaGa for her performance that the VMAs. Which one is worse? A live concert or a live broadcast being seen throughout the country?

Unfortunately YG has decided to either edit or exclude scenes the concert for the DVD. Which I think it's unfair. Because I know that there are alot of GD fans that would like to see the concert the way it was performed. But it's not going to happen... Enough of me rambling on but I got pissed when I first read this days ago and just seeing this topic made me get pissed all over again.


But Lady Gaga is American. And we all know that America has different standards than Korea, Japan, etc.

IMO, GD is trying a little too hard to be wild, bad, hardcore, and thug material.
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Spice3132 wrote:

I hate the fact that GD is getting punished for expressing himself as an artist. A concert is one of the ways that singers get to express themselves. And I know one of the reasons he's getting in trouble because of the fact that kids as young as 12 were there. Okay look, that shouldn't be his fault that the parents decided to buy the tickets for their kids and take them knowing that the "Heartbreaker" CD got labeled as unfit for anyone under the age of 19. So shouldn't that have rang a bell to them as to why their 12 yr old probably shouldn't go to the concert? Yes, maybe the people how were prompting the concert along with YG and GD should have been like "Hey maybe we shouldn't let anyone under the age of 17 come to the concert." But alot of it still goes down to the parents because no 12 yr old would be able to afford to buy their own ticket and get there on their own.

The whole bed scene during "Breathe" is hot, in my opinion. Aimee Lucas is a lucky girl getting to have GD up on her like that. I actually wasn't all that surprised to see that though because if you read the lyrics you know the bed would come into play. Especially being that he used a bed during one of his live performances minus the girl.

But he is also getting in trouble for performing "Korean Dream" and "She's Gone" which were the songs that made his CD unfit for anyone under 19. (Funny how Breathe wasn't one of the reasons being that the lyrics for that one is more explict then the other two. At least I think so.) And that goes back to having 12 yr olds there. The video played for "She's Gone" kind of confused me because I thought that the songs was about the girl OD-ing. Because the reason "She's Gone" was "unfit" was because of the "alleged" drug use in the song. But if you are going to punish GD for that then we should have punished Lady GaGa for her performance that the VMAs. Which one is worse? A live concert or a live broadcast being seen throughout the country?

Unfortunately YG has decided to either edit or exclude scenes the concert for the DVD. Which I think it's unfair. Because I know that there are alot of GD fans that would like to see the concert the way it was performed. But it's not going to happen... Enough of me rambling on but I got pissed when I first read this days ago and just seeing this topic made me get pissed all over again.


But Lady Gaga is American. And we all know that America has different standards than Korea, Japan, etc.

IMO, GD is trying a little too hard to be wild, bad, hardcore, and thug material.


That's true we have different standards but I was trying to compare which one was worst. Being that GD did it in a concert and Lady GaGa did it on a live national broadcast. Apparently the Lady GaGa performance wasn't that bad because no one that I can remember made an uproar for it. Different standard, we as Americans are "desensitized" to that. But it's just ridiculious that a criminal investigation is underway for the concert. That's just going too far.
Posted 12/16/09

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Robo-Bot wrote:


Spice3132 wrote:

I hate the fact that GD is getting punished for expressing himself as an artist. A concert is one of the ways that singers get to express themselves. And I know one of the reasons he's getting in trouble because of the fact that kids as young as 12 were there. Okay look, that shouldn't be his fault that the parents decided to buy the tickets for their kids and take them knowing that the "Heartbreaker" CD got labeled as unfit for anyone under the age of 19. So shouldn't that have rang a bell to them as to why their 12 yr old probably shouldn't go to the concert? Yes, maybe the people how were prompting the concert along with YG and GD should have been like "Hey maybe we shouldn't let anyone under the age of 17 come to the concert." But alot of it still goes down to the parents because no 12 yr old would be able to afford to buy their own ticket and get there on their own.

The whole bed scene during "Breathe" is hot, in my opinion. Aimee Lucas is a lucky girl getting to have GD up on her like that. I actually wasn't all that surprised to see that though because if you read the lyrics you know the bed would come into play. Especially being that he used a bed during one of his live performances minus the girl.

But he is also getting in trouble for performing "Korean Dream" and "She's Gone" which were the songs that made his CD unfit for anyone under 19. (Funny how Breathe wasn't one of the reasons being that the lyrics for that one is more explict then the other two. At least I think so.) And that goes back to having 12 yr olds there. The video played for "She's Gone" kind of confused me because I thought that the songs was about the girl OD-ing. Because the reason "She's Gone" was "unfit" was because of the "alleged" drug use in the song. But if you are going to punish GD for that then we should have punished Lady GaGa for her performance that the VMAs. Which one is worse? A live concert or a live broadcast being seen throughout the country?

Unfortunately YG has decided to either edit or exclude scenes the concert for the DVD. Which I think it's unfair. Because I know that there are alot of GD fans that would like to see the concert the way it was performed. But it's not going to happen... Enough of me rambling on but I got pissed when I first read this days ago and just seeing this topic made me get pissed all over again.


But Lady Gaga is American. And we all know that America has different standards than Korea, Japan, etc.

IMO, GD is trying a little too hard to be wild, bad, hardcore, and thug material.


That's true we have different standards but I was trying to compare which one was worst. Being that GD did it in a concert and Lady GaGa did it on a live national broadcast. Apparently the Lady GaGa performance wasn't that bad because no one that I can remember made an uproar for it. Different standard, we as Americans are "desensitized" to that. But it's just ridiculious that a criminal investigation is underway for the concert. That's just going too far.


That's exactly what I was thinking! I think doing a criminal investigation is just a little to much. Their acting like he killed someone. It annoys me to no end. I'm just glad he won Album of the year at Melon Awards cause that just goes to show that people love him and his music. Hopefully he'll get off easy, and just get a fine. I hate him being treated like a criminal.
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Posted 12/17/09 , edited 12/17/09
kinda disappointed to the new image of GD
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Posted 12/17/09
Ok they are over reacting. Other stars have done way worse then this and nothing has happend to them. Why does G-dragon get all the problems like geez.
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Posted 12/21/09
Ah eww..then again, I'm still a child.. but dammm
I don't like him, but again, he's old enough now and kids shouldn't have been allowed in there.
Posted 12/24/09
A criminal investigation. That's just stupid. If he they do a criminal investigation on him the kids parents should get child abuse chargers for buying them a 19 plus album and sent neglect charges for send then to the concert. Don't get me wrong i think he should've banned the kids from the concert but a criminal investigation is stupid.
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Posted 12/29/09
geez, what was so bad? look at marylin manson (im shocked i brought him up as well) im pretty sure g-dragon is rather tame compared to some musicians
Posted 12/31/09 , edited 12/31/09
He needs a life and stop trying to act so damn gangster. I hate to break it to him but gangster don't wear make up and act like five year old playing hide and seek in they videos. I like his music tho.
Posted 12/31/09
I do NOT like G-Dragon whatsoever. He needs to stop trying to act so Gaga and thug/gangster. He may not be copying Gaga, but you can't help but feel like he is. Ever since she made it big - he went blonde, he started getting wild/thug/hardcore/gangster, and he started incorporating futuristic themes into his videos.



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Personally I think GD deserves his number one spot on the "Number 1 overrated singer/songwriter".

I don't know ... something about him makes me not like him. He's like a little boy, to me he's trying act all bad, hardcore, and gangster.
Not working for me. And this "sex on stage" thing is just another desperate attempt from him to be more bad, hardcore, and gangster.



My thoughts exactly.
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^ SO right.
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Posted 1/3/10 , edited 1/3/10
That was disgusting >_> to me but everybody's right. G-dragon isn't a kid anymore. Why didn't they stop lady gaga then? Look at all her songs.

G-dragon has his own style but i don't like "this new G-dragon" style. I want the old cute innocent G-dragon back D:
But he's hot xD.

Still love him <3

But he is at fault too. I think he knew he had 12-14 year old fans . and he shouldn't have preformed it.


Anyway, G-dragon should continue, they don't have to ban him.
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Posted 2/7/10 , edited 2/7/10
i kno WTF

During his set for the song “Breathe,” a female dancer comes out. She’s in a sultry dress on G-Dragon’s bed and then the pelvic thrusting, touching, heavy breathing, and fake sex making begins. Netizens stated that the whole performance was to a show a “sex” scene between G-Dragon and his dancer and they were outraged that he would portray such a nasty, adult-like show when most of his audience consisted of young girls.


umm yea, right.

the video was nothing, they just hugged, and then stopped, and then hugged again. you cant send someone to jail for hugging. :/ just because a girl and boy touched for a second. this is seriously fucked.

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Posted 2/8/10 , edited 2/8/10
I find the media (or the fans accusing him) hypocritical. I cant even tell if their being conservative is part of their culture, but it doesnt make sense to me that they disapprove shallow skinship like what GD did in his concert, while tolerating 'fanservice' by other artists. I saw the clips of his concert and they werent that bad at all. Other boy groups rip their shirts on stage or kiss each other as fanservice and yet nobody complains. This just shows to me that some people cant accept the success of others.
Posted 2/8/10
BULL CRAP.

Anyone who's heard Breathe knows that it's sexual.
If they didn't have a problem with GD jumping into a bed and touching a girl all over in his other lives,
why are they whining now?

It's common sense.
If you know it's not PG-13, DON'T WATCH IT.
I swear to god, Korean netizens become more and more stupid in my eyes everyday.
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