Sunday, 28 May 2017

INKT Cancels Activities Due to Koki Tanaka's Arrest

Following INKT member Koki Tanaka's arrest for alleged marijuana possession, the band has decided to halt their activities. 

The former KAT-TUN member was stopped by police on May 24th whilst driving in Tokyo. The police founds marijuana between the driver and passenger's seat.

Although Tanaka claimed the drug wasn't his, the police added he was alone in the car.

INKT has since then decided to postpone their nationwide tour, "INKT LIVE HOUSE TOUR 2017", along with the release event for their latest album, "square". The live DVD project with Recochoku's WIZY has been discontinued.

The refund for the tour tickets are to be detailed in the coming days. KOKI's agency commented,  "We are making considerations while waiting for a decision by judicial authorities."

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