Zhuo Wei just can’t seem to find a limit. Following his last response to Zhuo Wei’s rumor stirring, Kris Wu has released an official legal statement in response after the paparazzi attempted to defend his own claims through a live broadcast.
Following his paid Q&A, Zhuo Wei attempted to back up his claims by releasing audio clips of “Gina” talking about what she has been told. The clips were supposedly recorded during and interview with Zhuo Wei last year and were released as part of a “live broadcast” of a gossip show. Many netizens expressed their doubt of it’s authenticity as there were no visual evidence, to which the hosts responded with: “This is her own voice, so she said this and it doesn’t have to do with us.” It would appear that they are attempting to stir rumors and putting the blame on someone else, the classic “she said it, not me.”
Sina reached out to Kris Wu’s manager for this response:
Regarding these rumors that continue to hurt the artist’s reputation, we do not want to have to respond to this anymore. We have entrusted the issue to our lawyer to handle.
Shortly after, Kris Wu’s Studio posted a legal statement in response to the live broadcast and their claims of him “commenting on other artists,” “flirting with female celebrities through texts, and more. The statement calls these claims malicious slander and requests immediate removal of all related posts and articles to avoid legal consequences. They also announce that their legal team are currently gathering all information for legal action against all responsible parties.
Many celebrities have been speaking up against Zhuo Wei’s constant shenanigans. The female celebrity that was allegedly texting Kris Wu, Li Xiaolu, has also released a legal statement denying the rumors. Yesterday, an interview with Luhan was released of him sending a special message to Zhuo Wei. Luhan, Angelababy, Chen He, Yang Mi and Hawick Lau have all denied rumors stirred up by Zhuo Wei, but he seems to be unfazed and continues to test the industry’s limits.