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Vuong Luc Hoanh apologizes to fans after the battle on social networks with Ex – Billboard

An Asian American is one of the oldest pop music The star in China apologized to his family and fans on Monday (December 20) and said he would take a break from performing after a public controversy on social media with his ex-wife, who has reported forced him to be unfaithful and hire prostitutes.

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The time that has lasted for many days has captivated fans Wang Lee Hom, who is famous around the world who speaks Chinese and has acted in movies including Lust, be careful in 2007. The scandal was the most trending topic on the Chinese social media site Weibo, with many reproaching and criticizing him.

He appeared to be trying to end the public relations disaster that was erupting with an apology to his parents, ex-wife and their children. “I failed to manage my marriage properly and caused trouble for my family. I did not give the public the image that an idol should have,” he wrote. “It’s all my fault.”

The social media battle began after Wang, in an online post last week, confirmed speculation that he and his wife had divorced. Her accusations contrasted with the healthy image he had cultivated as a husband and father.

The singer was born in Rochester, NY, to Taiwanese parents, according to an online bio. Taiwan’s Central News Agency said he was last seen dodging the media at Taoyuan Airport in Taiwan after arriving in Beijing on Saturday.

https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/wang-leehom-apologizes-fans-social-media-battle-ex-wife-1235012726/ Vuong Luc Hoanh apologizes to fans after the battle on social networks with Ex – Billboard

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