Several brands have terminated their partnership with Chinese singer and former EXO member Chris Wu over alleged violent behavior. The celebrity has so far denied all the allegations.
On July 18, Shanghai-based beauty brand Cannes announced on Chinese social media platform Weibo that it had terminated Wu’s endorsement contract following allegations of infidelity and violent behavior by the singer’s rumored ex-girlfriend, 19-year-old college student Dou Meizu. Had done it. .
The former K-pop idol is one of the top brand ambassadors in China, and the face of many products and brands ranging from luxury cars to cosmetics to snacks. According to CNA Luxury, Porsche, Watti and the King of Glory also deleted social media posts featuring Wu on the same day.
Wu later addressed the issue on Weibo, denying all allegations. The Chinese-Canadian singer wrote, “I did not respond at first because I did not want to disrupt the legal process, but I did not imagine that my silence would accelerate this rumour.” WWD. “I can not stand it anymore.”
“No greed for sex! No drug for rape! No young age!,” he insisted in his post. “If this was the behavior, everyone would rest assured that I would voluntarily go to jail. I completely understand the legal weight of my words,” Wu said.
Earlier this month, Du accused the singer of infidelity and victimizing underage girls. She had shared screenshots of alleged conversations between Wu and several victims, some of whom were underage. According to WWD, Du revealed that he has been approached by 30 alleged victims to share similar experiences with Wu.
Du claimed, Peru The Straits Times, that the 30-year-old singer would provide acting and singing opportunities to young women, tempting them to play a drinking game and, eventually, spending the night with them. Wu and his team have denied all charges against them and filed a defamation suit against Doo.