The China Affiliation Of Performing Arts has launched a listing of 88 celebrities, together with streamers and influencers, which were blacklisted.
On November 23, the performing arts physique shared that it had banned a number of celebrities for “unlawful and unethical behaviour”. Based on an official notice uploaded by the affiliation, the blacklist was created to “strengthen trade self-discipline.”
The discover additionally mentions the necessity to forestall “celebrities who violated the legislation or moral requirements from rebranding themselves on different platforms” and to “purify the atmosphere of the web leisure trade,” per RADII.
This record contains singer Kris Wu, who was beforehand a member of South Korean boyband EXO. The Chinese language-Canadian singer was accused of date rape and preying on underage girls after his rumoured 19-year-old ex-girlfriend, Du Meizhu, made public allegations of sexual assault crimes dedicated towards her by Wu.
Wu was formally arrested in August after The Chaoyang District Folks’s Procuratorate in Beijing issued an official assertion noting that his arrest had been authorized after “investigation in accordance with the legislation” was made.
One other notable entry is actress Zheng Shuang, who has been embroiled in controversy because the starting of the yr. She had come below fireplace in January after her former husband, producer Zhang Heng, alleged that she had deserted their two kids who had been born to surrogates within the US following their cut up.
Based on South China Morning Post, Zheng was later accused of tax evasion and “greed” by her ex-husband, who additionally revealed that the actress had negotiated outrageous charges for her appearances on tv reveals.
In the meantime, actor-singer Zhang Zhehan, who was pressured out of the leisure trade after sharing photos of himself posing subsequent to a shrine in Japan which honours main Japanese conflict criminals. All of Zhang’s profiles and work had been eliminated throughout video and music platforms following the controversy, as reported by Global Times.