Mandopop superstar Jay Chou recently dropped a music lesson for K-Pop fans after they accused him of plagiarizing a 2011 song from male group INFINITE called “Julia.”
The allegation: On Aug. 27, Chou, 42, teased his 6.6 million followers on Instagram with a 25-second instrumental video taken from his upcoming new single.
Mandopop king Jay Chou recently held a private concert for his children at Shanghai Arena in China as they did not get to watch their father perform.
The 40-year-old Taiwanese artist was in Shanghai for a concert over the weekend along with his family.
Jay Chou was recently mistaken for a gangster boss by customers when he entered a cafe while on vacation in Japan.
The 43-year-old artist, known as the King of Mandopop, is currently relaxing on vacation in Japan before he kicks off his concert tour in October.
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While everyone was busy waving their light sticks in the air during a Jay Chou concert in Hunan Province last week, one man was caught on video fixated on his smartphone.
A woman from central China’s Hubei province, who fell into a coma late last year, woke up after hearing Taiwanese megastar Jay Chou‘s single “Rosemary.”
The 24-year-old woman, whose name was not revealed in the reports, fell into a coma in November 2017 after suffering from a brain dysfunction caused by a lack of oxygen, according to Wuhan Evening News via South China Morning Post. The woman’s condition reportedly got severe through the months to the point that her heart stopped beating three times and her kidneys and lungs were severely damaged.
The Nets’ electrifying point guard, who is still recovering from a terrible knee injury from last year, also uses his free time trying out new stuff — recently, he’s been found to be dabbling a little bit into magic.