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YG says Chinese Report on Big Bang G-Dragon and Justin Bieber′s Joint Project is Not True

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2015.01.27 16:55 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

It has been revealed that a Chinese report about a joint project between Big Bang′s G-Dragon and Justin Bieber being in the works is not true.

On January 27, YG Entertainment told Newsen, "The joint project between G-Dragon and Justin Bieber was something that was discussed in the past."

"It looks like the Chinese news outlet saw an old article and wrote it in present tense. A joint project between the two won′t be happening."

One Chinese portal site stated earlier in the day, quoting Billboard′s Twitter, that G-Dragon and Justin Bieber′s joint project has been completed, confusing fans.

YG says Chinese Report on Big Bang G-Dragon and Justin Bieber′s Joint Project is Not True

G-Dragon, with the Big Bang members, started up their second consecutive five-dome concert, BIGBANG JAPAN DOME CONCERT 2015-2015 "X" in Japan for the first time for a foreign artist.

In 2014, Big Bang celebrated the fifth anniversary of its Japanese debut with the five-dome tour, performing in the Nagoya Dome on November 15-16, the Osaka Kyocera Dome on November 20-23, the Fukuokay Yahoo Oku Dome on December 6-7, the Sapporo Dome on December 20, the Tokyo Dome on December 25-27, and the Osaka Kyocera Dome on Janaruy 16-18, visiting five cities with 15 concerts and 741,000 fans.

After completing the tour, G-Dragon told the fans, "Last year, we weren′t able to show new stages of Big Bang, so it′s very unfortunate, but we promise to return with a new album in the new year. We won′t make the waiting time go to waste, and the five Big Bang members will return, so we ask for your unchanging love and support."

Photo Credit: YG Entertainment

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