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G-Dragon Suffers Health Issue

by Carla Grace / Oct 16, 2017 05:57 AM EDT
G-Dragon being interviewed for “Star Date”

G-Dragon recently revealed a video of his world tour, "Act III: Motte." The video also showed the singer taking medical exams. It turns out, the singer's health is not in a good condition.

On Thursday, G-Dragon too to Instagram to reveal a teaser for his "Act III: Motte" concert. The video featured some clips behind the scene happenings during his tour. The video started with Dara congratulating him for another milestone that he has achieved.

It was supposedly a video celebrating his achievement and spending happy times with his co-artists and fans. However, it later cut to a scene where G-Dragon was shown undergoing an MRI scan, giving a heavier feel to the teaser. According to Koreaboo, the 29-year-old rapper revealed that his health is not in a good condition because of his schedule.

He was also seen saying, "that'll give me a mental disorder," indicating how his health problem would cost him. A clip of him live streaming was also featured. There, G-Dragon shared that he feels that the responsibility of being a K-pop idol is too heavy for him at times.

The exact condition of G-Dragon's health was not revealed in the video, though. This, in turn, made the fans worry. The BIGBANG member's fans then sent their love and support for the South Korean rapper. They also wished him well and congratulated him for his success.

"Act III: Motte" recently wrapped up with its Taiwan leg. Thus, fans are hoping that the South Korean rapper will be able to get the rest that he needs. However, it seems as though G-Dragon will not take some time off as he might enlist in the military sooner or later. As per All Kpop, G-Dragon hinted his military service during his concert in Taiwan as he introduced his final song. 

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