G-Dragon seemingly addresses hacking incident exposing private pictures with Nana Komatsu: ‘I can’t handle people anymore’

By diana / 2016.09.19
BIGBANG's G-Dragon performs during the 2011 Pentaport Rock Festival in South Korea.

It seems like G-Dragon is fed up with all these lurkers creeping around his private life following the hacking incident that exposed some of his private moments with rumored girlfriend Nana Komatsu.

Just recently, G-Dragon's private Instagram account named "peaceminusone" was reportedly hacked by unknown perpetrators who made the account public. The Instagram account contains photos of the rapper and the Japanese model who seemed to be seeing each other for quite a while now.

Following the hacking incident, the Instagram account was immediately taken down, while G-Dragon may have just spoken up regarding the issue on his main account, Soompi reported. On Sunday, the rapper uploaded a photo that says, "I can't handle people anymore."

Although it was not directed to the hacking incident, fans presume G-Dragon's latest post was intended to shoot down the issue. On the other hand, YG Entertainment shared their piece on the issue and said, "We need to check the situation. But that's not possible because it's G-Dragon's personal life," Allkpop noted.

Dating rumors involving G-Dragon and Komatsu started circulating on the web after the two were spotted at a restaurant in Japan in May. Reports suggest that the Korean rapper and Japanese model gotten close after they have worked together in an intimate photo shoot in March.

Komatsu previously admitted she was a fan of G-Dragon, admitting that the photo shoot was like a dream come true. "I was very nervous about working with someone who had me starstruck. I told G-Dragon that it feels like a dream that I am working with him," she said in an interview.

Meanwhile, the dating rumors were fueled after both were spotted wearing the same bracelets, which were presumed as couple bracelets. Despite the rumors, G-Dragon and Komatsu remained silent and refused to address the issues.

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