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Shame on a Singer

Viewed 582 times 2019-9-22 10:47 |System category:Life

He calls himself the best ever singer on the surface of the earth, but he actually makes his living on earning money from the mainland of China.

He has not published new single song for quite a long while, but the new released one is about a girl and her boyfriend, and most important of all, they are the main roles of the music video and they are Japanese. The day of new song is published on or around Sept 18, a date that many patriotic Chinese will not forget.

Many of his fans in the mainland pooled huge sum of money to make him to the high place of hot search of Weibo (twitter-like media in China) against the new freshmeat Ikun (Cai Xukun). And that guy doesn't even have an account of the popular social media Weibo.com.

Should young people be taught a lesson not to become victims of pop cultures?


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