Under an article titled 'Fan crashes down when bodyguard shoves her after she tries to film GD up close,' Apple Daily reported, "One female fan crashed [to the ground] when she was forcibly shoved by a bodyguard. Due to this incident, G-Dragon is now being attacked by anti-fans." Some people claim that after the fan fell down, he just stormed past as if nothing happened.
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'Apple Daily' also reported other fans' claims that the fan who fell down had gone too far in trying to capture a video of GD. These fans stated, "The female fan had tailed G-Dragon and filmed him up close, and it was so bad that [the camera] almost touched his face. G-Dragon was trying to stay upright while avoiding the fan, and in this process, the bodyguard had protected G-Dragon by extending his hand out [toward the fan]. It's an over-exaggeration to say that the bodyguard 'forcibly shoved her.'"
Other claims suggest that because G-Dragon was trying to escape the crowd, he "didn't know that the bodyguard had shoved the fan aside."
Regarding this issue, YG released a statement, saying, "In the process of looking into the Chinese media outlet report and the current situation, we discovered that the bodyguards who protected GD at the site were not YG employees."