BIGBANG’s G-Dragon and Blackpink’s Jennie reportedly secretly dating for a year
After earlier this year, yet another power couple has exploded onto the scene.
South Korean news outlet Dispatch reported today that They apparently met in secret and often had their dates at home.
Their relationship was apparently an open secret at the duo’s label YG Entertainment, and Jennie’s manager would take her to and from after her daily schedule and activities were done. Sometimes, it was G-Dragon’s manager who chauffeured her instead.
Dispatch also spotted Jennie leaving G-Dragon’s home on 31 January and heading toward’s Blackpink’s online concert venue.
Sources close to the singers told Dispatch that “quite a lot of people at YG have noticed their relationship,” adding, “Jennie’s mother is also aware of her relationship with G-Dragon. She’s thankful that he takes special care of her.”
, YG said in a statement in response to the allegations, ‘’We cannot confirm anything about our artists’ personal lives. We ask for your understanding.’’
This news comes in the wake of the highly scrutinised breakup between , when the couple had only been dating for a month after they were photographed on a date by a media outlet.
in 2018, and the two were photographed travelling to Jeju island. However, the , with their label YG Entertainment stating that they were just colleagues.
Here's a recent Blackpink performance on The Late Late Show With James Corden:
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