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But What About BIGBANG? T.O.P Says He Doesn't Want to Make Comeback in South Korea

© AP Photo / Vincent YuSinger and actor Choi Seung-hyun, better known by his stage name T.O.P, of South Korean boy band BIGBANG
Singer and actor Choi Seung-hyun, better known by his stage name T.O.P, of South Korean boy band BIGBANG - Sputnik International
During his IG live, the main rapper of the legendary K-Pop group threw his fans into a state of confusion.

T.O.P (real name Choi Seung-hyun) held a live broadcast on Instagram on 7 February to chat with fans and, as he said, to show how he is doing lately, because people were wondering what he's been up to. The artist expressed regrets to his fans that have not seen him awhile, and claimed that he doesn't want to make a comeback in South Korea, because the audience there is wicked. Nevertheless, the main rapper of the legendary K-pop band BIGBANG also gave some hope to his fans, saying that he has been doing music lately.

Fans, who support both the band and T.O.P personally, tried to trend #TOPYouAreLoved in order to keep their hopes high despite the uncertainty surrounding the future of their favourite band.

​Back in 2017, T.O.P was sentenced to two years of probation for smoking marijuana with Han Seo-hee, a trainee from the same YG Entertainment label, who is a notorious trouble-maker for many idols. 

T.O.P and BIGBANG members have completed their mandatory military service, and there is no news about their domestic activities as a band. Still, the band will be attending the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on 10 April in California without their junior member Seungri, who was recently indicted without detention in the case of the Burning Sun scandal. 

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