Kris Wu is outraged!
Find out why below…
As K-Pop finally permeates Western Pop culture, the Chinese-Canadian Pop prince stood tall as one of the artists leading an exciting new Asian wave when his new album ‘Antares’ saw its material top iTunes Album and Singles chart.
This spelled trouble for Ariana Grande‘s ‘Thank You, Next’, as Wu’s reign on the charts blocked her from topping it.
Unfortunately, all wasn’t as it seemed. For, industry insiders stepped forward to claim that it was Grande and not Wu who was owed the top spot because the latter had found a way to falsify his sales.
As a result? The performer found his brand damaged and smeared by claims that he and his camp were unscrupulous chart-hacking fraudsters.
His label, Universal Music China issued this statement:
Your music should determine whether you’re #1, that just goes to show that you can’t handle the competition and have no talent @ArianaGrande @KrisWu doesn’t deserve this. @BTS_twt @bts_bighit please make the right choice and don’t work with her. https://t.co/PPPp0ihB9H
— Maddy (@Maddystaluss) November 7, 2018