as of May 16, 2014.
thank you to everyone for making my stay here enjoyable.
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thank you for your understanding. ♥
also, this happened
After NanfuBattery compared the 1 VS 6 lawyer as their product, a ‘fight’ started among many enterprises on WB.
weeabo trash woo jiho
After NanfuBattery compared the 1 VS 6 lawyer as their product, a ‘fight’ started among many enterprises on Weibo.
Official Weibo accounts of enterprises are fighting for Fanfan!
Weibo topic #Empresses in the Palace fighting for Fanfan# started by @泸州老窖养生酒业 (official Weibo account of a famous liquor business in China) recently became a hot topic! Let’s see how this story began.
@LuZhouLaoJiao Liquor: #Fight for Wu Yifan#//@天天被吴亦凡秒杀：The blessed girl in energy sector @ Nanfu, the beloved princess in liquor business @Lu Zhou Lao Jiao Liquor, and the female boss in telecom industry @ China Telecom, which one would he pick? Please follow “Empresses in the Palace fighting for Fanfan” Episode 3.//@Hhhx03: The daughter of a financial might @ UnionPay (the Visa Inc. in China), the daughter of a budding media business @Meipai (a popular video-shooting app), and the daughter of an intellectual family @Stories (Fanfan’s favorite magazine), which one is he heading? Welcome to “Empresses in the Palace fighting for Fanfan”.
@ Lu Zhou Lao Jiao Liquor: #Empresses in the Palace fighting for Fanfan# I became soooo beautiful after drinking our Rose Liquor! Tonight someone was fighting against me. [Mad] I am Fanfan’s only empress, because Fanfan made me more beautiful! [Shy] #Wu Yifan#
@ Nanfu: Wu Yifan’s lawyer fought alone in the enemy camp, and crushed six lawyers on the opposite site. This is the spirit of Nanfu, and the classic case of 1 vs. 6 will be passed along…
This lawyer is just like Nanfu battery. (Nanfu battery has an advertising slogan: one is stronger than six. Here this fan is teasing that during the mediation on July 8, Wu Yifan had only one lawyer while SM sent a group of six, but SM claimed they were flustered before.)
@ Nanfu: Nanfu is definitely Fanfan’s “empress”, because Nanfu has a ring. (There is a ring to conserve energy in Nanfu battery.)
@Stories (Fanfan’s favorite magazine): I really want to repost this…//
@Daily Life of Me and My Husband: From anonymous: I am so mad! My wife is a K-pop fan. I don’t blame her for that and I respect her since everyone seeks for his/her own belief. However, she went way too far tonight. My wife printed her favorite star Wu Yifan’s photo, putting it right on my face, and asked me to ML with her!! I can’t bear it!! I won’t fuck her any more. Any man can bear that!!!??
@Lu Zhou Lao Jiao Liquor: #Empresses in the Palace fighting for Fanfan# (event) Fighting to become Fanfan’s “empress”, now I am giving out a huge gift. ①Follow me @ Lu Zhou Lao Jiao Liquor ②Repost this weibo and say “Wu Yifan, I love you”. Also, @ three friends, then you will have the chance to win one bottle of “Lu Zhou Lao Jiao Rose Liquor”, which has the value of over one thousand yuan.
@ UnionPay (the bank card organization in China): Guys, you want it? [Wink]//@孟大C: #Wu Yifan# Please make me a UnionPay card high-end like this! (pic cr logo) (On the top right corner there is a UnionPay logo, which makes this picture look like a credit card with UnionPay.)
@Meitu (a popular photo edit app in China): Fanfan, ! Please take more photos Director Xu!//@ Xu Jinglei (director): #Somewhere Only We Know# One prince knows not only eating…//@ Xu Jinglei (director): The fact shows that no hard work has been wasted. During the rest, Mature Gege showed off a little bit. The trend of becoming prince of piano… (Made with #Meipai#)
@Meipai (a popular video-shooting app): Haven’t seen a moving Fanfan for so long! So touched! [cry] Come on, new movie!
@Oriental Pearl (a famous place of interest, CN tower of Shanghai, one of the tallest buildings in Shanghai): “Empresses in the Palace fighting for Fanfan” Skimming through weibo and seeing this topic, I can’t help muscling in on this fight! Fanfan, you haven’t been to Oriental Pearl right? Your future will be full of sunshine, but if you stand higher you can see farther, and you could choose a better future path. [Smile] A little bit intoxicated [shy]. [Posting photos means true love! cr: logo]//@李嘉恒阿恒: Oriental Pearl… Gege may have not been there…If he goes, will the entrance fee be waived?//@Oriental Pearl: If my company doesn’t allow, I (who is in charge of the account) will pay for it! [Cry] Gege, quickly come!
吴亦凡 Wu Yi Fan - 《时间煮雨》
Kris 吴亦凡 singing the ending for Tiny Times 3, 时间煮雨
Introduction: After the news of “Wu Yifan’s contract nullification” came out, almost everything seemed to be his and his fans’ fault. However, the truth is only known to those who are involved in this affair. What I want to do is not over-interpret the truth, but simply solve the misunderstandings.
What I am going to say here concerns the “Truth Article” posted by a fan of Tao. I will point out the vulnerabilities in the logic and evidences of that article, and unearth the real truth.
This fan of Tao has more than 20,000 followers on Weibo. We can imagine how big her influence on the fans is. Her “Truth Article” has five versions (simplified and traditional Chinese, English, Korean and Japanese) and has been reblogged for more than 13,000 times. She also asked Tao’s fansites and even fans of other EXO members to help her spread the article and post it on Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram to let more and more international fans know about it. If this article contained only the truth, there would be nothing wrong with letting more people know about it. It is only natural to stand up for one’s idol against negative rumors. However, after reading the article, I found out that there are a lot of parts that distort the truth, even going as far as bashing Wu Yifan’s fans between the lines. The article brought a great amount of blame to Wu Yifan’s fans, and also hurt Wu Yifan’s reputation to some extent at the same time. What’s more, if Tao’s fans only want to clear the rumors, they can simply speak out the truth. However, those fans translated Korean fans’ comments about this article into Chinese and posted them on Weibo to incite irrational emotions among Chinese fans. Even though I am a fan that only want to support Wu Yifan’s new movie, follow him into doing some charity and avoid the arguments, I still cannot remain calm after reading the comments. I pick out some of the Korean fans’ comments, and I will also tell you about the parts of the truth that the article has twisted.
Do not bully Tao, you bitches!
I am so angry. To Wu Yifan’s fans: why are you bullying Tao, it is your idol who left EXO by himself. Starting from the time you denied having done the harassment call, I have figured you out. It won’t be enough even if you bitches apologize. From now on, no matter whether he’s traveling or coming back to Korea, if I do see him, I might lose my mind and do something crazy.
In the comments, there is a lot of bashing directed towards Wu Yifan and his fans. Vulgar comments aside, the “Truth Article” incited irrational emotions among fans and deepened the misunderstanding fans and the general public have towards Wu Yifan. Who exactly started making up fake rumors and creating troubles here? As a fan of Wu Yifan, I cannot turn a blind eye to this.
Firstly: The incident where “a fan of Wu Yifan called Tao and insulted him”
Jumping out of the fandom, I have learned audio editing due to the nature of my job.
Firstly, I would like to make a point: the same audio source material can form different stories with different editing sequences. Besides, the possibility of recreating an audio is far greater than the same possibility for a video. The most typical example is voice actors. A professional voice actor who has an excellent voice and professional skills can imitate voices of multiple ages and genders. It is not difficult to distort the truth if the audio has been edited and re-synthesized.
With the background knowledge above in mind, we shall go back to the incident itself. Firstly, about the audio source. Obviously, this so-called “harassing phone call” is recorded by the caller themselves. I find it difficult to understand the purpose of the caller to record this and then give it to Tao’s fans. It is even harder for us to understand through which method Tao’s fans identified the caller as a fan of Wu Yifan. Any solid evidence of that?
What’s more, according to the quality of audio, I can confirm that the caller’s recording equipment is quite good. However, it is strange that the quality of audio on the other side is not quite as good. Was the audio recorder in the mood of adjusting the recording frequency while recording? (Personal confusion)
Based on the points stated above, the authenticity of the audio recording itself needs further verification.
In fact, the nature of this incident is: a sasaeng fan called Tao and harassed him. Whether it is for the idols’ own good or for the fandom’s stability, sasaeng fans are never welcomed or encouraged, no matter whose sasaeng fan it is. However, if you insist on saying that fan is one of Wu Yifan’s, we hope you can provide us with solid evidence.
This picture shows us that the weather in Beijing during the incident was different from what was shown in the video. One netizen checked the weather online and found out that the highest temperature at that time was 30 degrees Celsius. Wasn’t it too hot for the girl to wear that much clothes (leggings/black stockings) in the video?
In this picture, a fan of Luhan said that she thought this audio had been recorded long time ago, and Wu Yifan was the first person to answer the phone, followed by Tao and at last Luhan. When Tao was answering the phone, Lay seemed to have requested him to hang up.
This audio was posted by -李朝卯卯- on her Weibo. But who exactly is -李朝卯卯-?
Upon searching for “Tao” in -李朝卯卯-’s Weibo posts, we found a result of 143 posts.
However, upon searching for “Wu Yi Fan” in -李朝卯卯-’s Weibo posts, we found a result of only 26 posts. Moreover, the majority of these posts have a relation with Tao, and include the #Taoris weibo hashtag.
Isn’t it very obvious whose fan she is, and who is self-directing and putting up a show in reality???
We can obviously know that whose fan she is .and who is self-directing and performing in fact!!!
@-李朝卯卯- Hello, fan of Tao. Could you answer the following questions：
1. Where and how did you get the video, which is obviously recorded by the calling girl herself?
2. How can you identify the fan harassing EXO members as a fan of Wu Yifan by merely listening to this audio? Lots of rumors have been spread since Wu Yifan filed the lawsuit. Please show some basic respect to Wu Yifan as a person, he has nothing to do with this incident. Please do not self-direct and put up a show to frame Wu Yifan and his fans.
Secondly: About the shoes sent by Wu Yifan’s fansite—YoursTruly1106
Probably most of you have heard of how this controversy began: Tao posted a photo on INS on July 6th, in which he wore YSL sneakers—the same model as what Wu Yifan wore at Incheon Airport on May 1st. It was known since earlier in May that what Wu Yifan wore were gifted to him by the fansite YoursTruly1106, so rumors about how Tao furtively wore Wu Yifan’s shoes floated around.
On May 1st, Wu Yifan wore the shoes at Incheon Airport on their trip to LA. The shoes are from Saint Laurent and gifted to him by the fansite YoursTruly1106.)
Here I have something to state:
1. The Weibo widely spread as evidence on July 6th was in fact posted in May by YoursTruly1106, but many fans misunderstood that it was posted on purpose after seeing Tao’s post on INS;
(Weibo content is Yours Truly1106 posting on May 1st that Wu Yifan wore the shoes they sent.)
2. Yours Truly1106 did not mean to blame Tao, they even made clarifications when the rumor started spreading. The fansite posted on Weibo saying: ”I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to create a conflict. When I saw this pair of sneakers for the first time, I loved them so much and wanted to send them to him (Wu Yifan) as a gift. Unfortunately in South Korea and even Asia I didn’t find his size. I finally bought the right size in Italy. I think their (Tao & Wu Yifan) sizes might be different, and perhaps they are not the same pair, so everyone calm down.”
However, this clarification Weibo post was misinterpreted intentionally and used as evidence of Wu Yifan’s fans defaming Tao to mislead other fans. Yet Yours Truly1106 was still rational and made another post to explain further: “I just wanted to express that Wu Yifan’s shoe size is large and not very common so the sneakers were difficult to buy. I just used “maybe” because I cannot say anything for sure when I’m not sure about it. Just now, I double checked with my friends and confirmed that their sizes are not the same. I’m not speaking on behalf of others and cannot criticize others. It is just a pair of shoes. We don’t need to criticize others. Calm down, and save the time and energy for doing something useful…”
3. I won’t deny that some fans have said extreme words, but between those, there were people who pretended to be Every You (Wu Yifan’s fans) and accused Tao of stealing the shoes in order to intensify the disputes; on the contrary, many Every You deleted their previous improper commentsafter the situation was made clear. Wu Yifan’s fansites and some influential fans showed a clear attitude: they all suggested fans not act irrationally and to calm down.
4. Tao’s fansite then clarified that Tao’s pair of shoes was a gift sent to Tao by them on May 26th and that Tao wore them for the first time on June 30th. Since Wu Yifan wore his pair earlier, on May 1st at Incheon Airport, it is clear that YoursTruly1106 sent the gift earlier. Visibly, YoursTruly1106 didn’t copy the other fansite by giving the same gift, and they were even the first to stand up and make clarifications when the rumor started spreading.
Yet Tao’s fans did not let go of this and posted hateful comments under YoursTruly1106’s Weibo post, even going as far as cursing Wu Yifan himself. At last, Wu Yifan’s fansite had to delete the Weibo post to make the incident quiet down. Below are some screenshots of the hateful comments. For not making fans too upset, I’ve only translated a few of them, but there are actually a lot of those.
The pictures below are some comments posted by Tao’s fans under YoursTruly1106’s Weibo post.
You dare to do it so you have to take responsibility for it! Don’t hide in your shell like a turtle. As a fansite, please keep a clear mind and don’t be a fool. Don’t you think that by misleading the fans, you are defaming your idol and shaming yourself too? Take responsibility and pay attention your idol only! You only dare to delete your Weibo post but not apologize. Is that all you stand for?
Those fucking Ni (an insulting abbreviation of Meigeni, which means Every You aka Wu Yifan’s fans) are so damn annoying. They defame people everywhere.
I hate you, Every You, how dare you start a conflict when you’re so dumb? You are just like your idol.
Fucking Ni, can you have some fucking shame? What do you mean by ”even though he didn’t this time, he has worn Wu Yifan’s clothes so many times before”? Do you know how many of the things Wu Yifan has worn before were Tao’s gifts? Don’t fucking be selectively blind for this!
Laughing to death because of you Ni bastards. Such an effort you made by pretending to be a Korean fansite for such a long time and learning Chinese just to defame my son (Tao). Your idol is now busy acting and flirting with girls, he doesn’t have time to defame the other members huh. Stop thinking that your idol is a rich lady and only he can afford the shoes, ok? Don’t you know that people who have stinky feet cannot share shoes they’ve worn with others? Have fun with your gege (older brother, written in an more insulting way in Chinese)’s stinky feet by yourselves okay?
During the whole ordeal, Wu Yifan’s fansite—Yours Truly1106 has been criticized and misunderstood, but still stayed rational and made many clarifications for Tao, even suggesting fans to stay calm as well. As a fansite, the first sentence in their clarification was “I’m sorry”, but what exactly did they do wrong? For all the dirty words this Wu Yifan fansite has received, who will give them an apology?
Thirdly: Tao’s totally different attitude towards Wu Yifan before and after the lawsuit.
Tao used to say he considered Wu Yifan as his goal for when he turns 22. But he was the first one to unfollow Wu Yifan on both Weibo and Instagram after the lawsuit was filed, and he also made several Weibo and Instagram posts insinuating Wu Yifan’s “betrayal”, which brought up negative emotions among the fans and drove them to personally attack Wu Yifan and even his family. At first, everyone believed that Tao’s Instagram and Weibo were under the control of a manager, but then some of his fans found his status update on KakaoTalk which proved that those comments were truly from him. Tao also liked two Weibo posts by fans. The last sentence of one went like this: “Hope that the drama you’re filming in mainland China won’t be gross enough to get us sick.” Here I only stated what happened as a fact. I do not want to criticize anyone’s perspective. What I want to make clear is that the content of the article written by the Tao fan is based on her subjective reasoning and has mislead readers to a place that is far away from the truth.
(A post by a Tao fan on Weibo: “When you can’t find Wu Yifan in the shows, the MVs or the fan-taken photos anymore — well, I have no other words for you aside from “he he” (sarcastic laugh)! “We are one” does not mean thinking merely of oneself, but rather always staying together with us fans! Lastly, we hope that the drama you’re filming in mainland China won’t be gross enough to get us sick.) Tao liked this!
Also, it is said in that post that “several months before Wolf, Wu Yifan had disappeared once, and that was his first attempt to leave”. That is a complete slander. Wu Yifan’s lawyer himself said that “Wu Yifan has never left the group to participate in castings or other activities on his own. Everything on his schedule, whether made public or not, was known by his company.” A lawyer’s words carry legal responsibility so they are worth believing. No one can change truth itself, no matter how hard they try. Tao never said words such as “I wish Wu Yifan all the best”, unlike what this fan mentioned in her article. On the other hand, people were shocked by him and his fans’ harsh accusations towards Wu Yifan. Everyone has their own dream, and dreams shouldn’t be restricted. Wu Yifan’s dream is to become an actor. But his company used all kinds of excuses to refuse all the invitations sent to him by talented directors and scenarists, while the other group members were allowed to shoot films or dramas. I feel so upset about the attitude of those who were once his good brothers, who gave him no support but instead accusations when he decided to bravely pursue his dream.
The so-called “Truth Article”, released by Tao’s Bar (a fan community) and Tao’s Chinese fansites, which contained all kinds of subjective reasoning and rumors but a lack of evidence and logic, was spread within mainland China and abroad, creating bad influence. The lawsuit inevitably created the situation where “Wu Yifan’s opponent is the S.M. company (but not his ex-teammates), and his ex-teammates who are still in S.M. must take their company’s side against him”. But still, it is immoral that some fans chose to bash him and obliterate his unquestionable contribution to the group just because they stand on different sides. Wu Yifan exists in EXO’s history from 2012 to 2014, this is a truth that no one and no action can erase.
Wu Yifan did his best as a team leader in EXO-M, as anyone could see. His members thought highly of him and he was a good team leader in their hearts. Tao even showed his gratitude and respect towards Wu Yifan in person. Tao said that he has never lied to his fans nor would he in the future on July 9th, 2014, on his Instagram. If that is true, then at least until his lawsuit, Wu Yifan had only contributed to the team, and harmed none.
The “Truth Article” used negative rumors to smear Wu Yifan’s name. It said that he planned to leave the team several months before Wolf. But the truth is simply that starting from February 2013, the sasaeng fans didn’t manage to take pictures of Wu Yifan going to the company for practices, which triggered all kinds of conjectures and rumors in the fandom. The guesses included “grounded by the company”, “leaving the team”, “going solo”, “renewing his passport or visas”, “personal or family affairs” and so on. But his lawsuit right now can’t prove that he already began planning his leave last year. From the pictures taken of him in Canada and Guangzhou, the guesses of “renewing his passport or visas” and “personal or family affairs” are the most plausible. The fact that influential Tao fansites chose to believe and publicly spread those nonsense rumors made us speechless. The rumor of Wu Yifan quitting EXO at the beginning of last year was made up by his anti-fans, but Tao’s fans used the twisted reality as evidence. This behavior is not only ridiculous, but also shows that they have deep hostility against Kris. As for EXO delaying their comeback because of Wu Yifan, that is also a mere guess without any evidence to back it up. Is it possible for such a big group like EXO to delay their comeback just for one member with few parts in their first album comeback stage?
Did Tao really do as what was said in the “Truth Article”, which is not blaming Wu Yifan and even wishing him all the best? As soon as the lawsuit incident happened, Tao made several Weibo and INS posts mentioning the following: “everyone took the betrayer’s side”; “the public may sympathize with the minority, but they ignored the truth”; “evil and good were reversed”; “right and wrong are obvious”; “ambition”. He also complained that “it was so tiring to prepare for the concert again from the beginning”. As we can see, he mentioned everything except his good wishes. On July 8th, he wrote on his Weibo that “EXO has 11 people and 3 of them are Chinese”. Still no good wishes. On July 9th, he wrote several hundred words in English and Chinese on his Instagram, saying the following: “rumors have stayed with me since I joined the EXO”; “I never want to explain or dispute with any of them, because I believe time is the best healer”; “I will never and ever lie to you guys”; “please trust me”. Yet still nothing about good wishes. At first, when some fans couldn’t believe that Tao would say such words and thought he was forced by S.M. to do so, he changed his KKT status to “Why can’t those words come from me?”
Tao’s Instagram post in which he mentioned betrayal, ambition and escape and complained that it was tiring to prepare for the concert again from the beginning.
(TAO changed his KKT status and said “Why can’t those words on INS come from me?” when some fans couldn’t believe he would said such things and thought he was forced by his company.)
Surely, he didn’t use any dirty words against Wu Yifan, but what he said intended to blame Wu Yifan for his “betrayal” and even questioned the public’s judgment, blaming them for not seeing the truth and standing on the wrong side with evil Wu Yifan. It is natural and understandable to feel upset about the leaving of a teammate who struggled and lived together. Nevertheless, there have been so many other bands, Western, Japanese, Chinese, or even Korean, that have seen one or more of its members choosing to leave due to conflicts about music concepts or future plans. These bands’ members understood each other’s decision, or at least only a few attacked former teammates publicly, namely those from S.M. Entertainment. Isn’t this one powerful evidence of S.M.’s abnormal culture, which appears to be family-like and loving on the surface yet in fact ruthless underneath?
As an Every You (Wu Yifan’s fan), I am so glad to see his current progress and development. He deserves what he owns now, and everything he has was obtained through his courage and efforts, unlike those who attack others to gain sympathy for some kind of purpose. As we all know, Wu Yifan only responded to this situation once, on his Weibo, on May 18th. He posted his handwritten letter that wished everyone all the best and thanked all the voices. He said nothing about his unfair treatment, yet others still couldn’t stop attacking him, not to mention giving good wishes. His fans all know about the personal attacks he has received during this recent period and there is no need to say much more about that. He has gotten a lot of support from outsiders even under the rumors and attacks coming from his ex-teammates’ fans.
【Like a mantis raising its arm to stop a car, I’m still alright. Best wishes to everyone, wishing that it’ll be better and better for everybody. Thank you to everyone who supports me, thank you to all the voices. Wu Yifan will always be here! 2014.5.16】
(Like a mantis raising its arm to stop a car = going against a much stronger opponent)
Fourthly:The incident about “the actions of Wu Yifan’s fans do to Tao”
About the matter of the fansite KRISCHINA spreading rumors against Tao: it was only a member of the picture making sub-unit of the fansite who posted Tao’s early QZone (QQ blog) status updates (these updates were all previously posted by Tao himself), which were initially made public by Tao’s own fans, who even teased Tao because of them (the following screenshot is an example). What this one member said can never represent the whole fansite, let alone Wu Yifan’s fans. If a single person’s doings can represent a whole group, how do you explain the incidents where many fans of Tao defamed Wu Yifan directly, negatively influencing other members’ fans and even the general public netizens? There is a saying that “It is known to all Chinese fans that Tao has refrained from surfing weibo because of the rumors”. That obviously is the actual rumor here. I have never heard about it. On the other hand, what everyone does know is that Tao’s fans love to give a speech on behalf of the whole, just like their idol Tao. Furthermore, Tao has already complained before about his own sasaeng fans on Weibo many times, using actions such as changing his profile picture after getting annoyed by the sasaeng fans. It is true that some fans have discussed Tao’s behavior, but not all the critiques on Tao come from Wu Yifan’s fans. Ironically enough, there are some members’ fans who pretend to be Wu Yifan’s fans on Weibo in order to damage Wu Yifan’s reputation by attacking other celebrities and netizens.
[I want to say that Tao used to be kind of full of himself. He spent a few months studying music at Honkong University of Music, but he put it in his profile as the school where he graduted as a music major. He didn’t write the year in which he was born to avoid mismatching information. I’m afraid that he has forgotten his ID and password and can no longer change these. But he has made comments regarding this, I think.]
[I also like Taiwanese girls. Can you find them? Really SEX. ; I ……want……sexy….girls……;]
Note: All the screenshots were made public by Tao’s own fans, not Wu Yifan’s.
As for saying that Wu Yifan’s fans have been attacking Tao for three years, it is nonsense. Tao’s fans have not only bashed Wu Yifan, his friends and his family and @ed his Weibo with curses, but also indicated that they have sent private messages full of degrading language to Wu Yifan through Weibo many times. Ever since the contract termination case started, Tao’s fans have bashed Wu Yifan and his family, fabricated rumors, photoshopped insulting pictures and cursed Wu Yifan’s health. There are large quantities of screenshots as evidence.
A screenshot of a Tao fan commenting on Tao’s instagram post, saying that this is an imitation of “someone”’s myocarditis attack.
Tao’s fans re-blogged this imitation of myocarditis many times, all commenting “HAHAHA” “LOL”.
Since your idol has myocarditis and won’t live for much longer, if you have extra time, you should accompany him during his last days
I wish that your idol dies suddenly because of myocarditis in the nightclub
Waiting to see him dying suddenly when playing basketball
Spread the rumors that he was shopping in Tokyo
There are other posts cursing Wu Yifan’s family that are not revealed here for the purpose of protecting his family members. However those do exist for real.
Fifthly: About how “Tao has never used Wu Yifan’s money, because Tao himself is quite rich”
Quote: “We know that Tao paid the bill when they went to eat roasted large intestine through the analysis and verification of fans.”
No matter who actually paid the bill, it requires some courage for Tao’s fans to use “analysis of fans” as a piece of evidence. According to their logic, can’t other fans also claim that “based on the analysis of fans, the bill was paid by someone else”?
Quote: “Wu Yifan’s fans have been brainwashing fans, saying that Tao used Wu Yifan’s money without any actual evidence. They want to defame Tao intentionally.”
As the team leader, Wu Yifan often took care of the members, and it seemed that paying the bill was also one of his responsibilities. At least, it can be observed through many details in released official videos (please see pictures below). It might not be appropriate to say that “Tao uses Wu Yifan’s money”, but “Wu Yifan paying the bill for the members” is not a rumor but a fact that cannot be denied.
Finally, Tao’s fans who claim that Wu Yifan’s fans brainwash other fans, please back it up with some evidence.
Tao: Can you buy this for me?
You are rich, aren’t you?
Kris in Tao’s eyes = rich brother
Tao (second attempt) Buy me this…
Tao: Buy it for me
@nkw_likey: Buying smoothie at Surf City. When he was drinking his smoothie, he saw the other members and the managers come over, so he bought some for them as well, with his own money. @LunaWu I remember hearing him say that it is delicious to the others in Korean~
The following picture shows how Wu Yifan paid for all the other members present when EXO was in Hong Kong.
@remiiverity: #Oh Sehun# #Wu Yifan# This is what Sehun wrote to Mr. Fan: “Kris hyung often buys food for me. If I want something, he would buy it for me as well. I can feel that you love me from the bottom of your heart, thank you so much. I will also become better. Wo ai ni (I love you in Chinese)” kkk It’s so adorable… Gege (older brother), please keep taking care of your little brother, always~
Each time us fans fight against the rumors or join the argumentation, we always hope it’s the last time we need to do so. However, even if the tree wants to stay still, the wind keeps blowing; when the other has already gone ahead of you, if you are still racking your brain trying to find a way to trip him, how can you catch up with him? I believe that at the moment, everyone should look ahead; he did so, and so should all of us.
Also, as either a group or an individual part of the fandom, please seek the truth with your words and actions. If you cannot empathize with others, at least do not force your own opinions on them. Fan groups should guide the fans and support the idols using correct methods. Anything obtained through bashing others cannot be respect.
At last, I would like to say some words to Every You: you are Wu Yifan’s fans, and he is so dazzling, so please just focus on the person you love.
All of us wish to follow our love’s footsteps, so why do we always take the fork for irrelevant things and people? Wu Yifan is so tolerant, so please also keep a shred of rationality and calm when expressing your opinion. “Tough” and “calm” seem like simple words, but how to truly obtain these traits is worth thinking over and over. As for the rest, since Wu Yifan wished everyone all the best when he left, let’s also sincerely wish all the members all the best as well.
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fuck you kindly xoxo <3
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(Source: fy-exo)Goodbye note
I originally had planned to close my blog on June 1st, but this issue has became something way bigger than I can handle, thus I have decided to close my blog today.
I won’t delete because there’s too much of me here, but my blog will remain unavailable to view.
If you want to get in touch with me, all the places where you can find me are listed on hkchk. On that blog you can also find most of the posts I made if that’s… your thing.
Special mention to the few people who made my stay here as an EXO fan enjoyable: cheerfuluhan, krismehard, shslkpoptrash, zitaoyursocute, taonlyhuang, wuyiflavored, baekycakes (even if we haven’t known each other for too long, eh). Also special mention to taodorable for being awesome. And an even more special mention to imaginekris for being even more awesome. And to all my followers… thank you, too. Never thought I’d find anyone to enjoy my random spams, but y’all did! Love you all till the galaxy fades out.
Till then this was Kach. A French 18 years old girl who loves Kris, Tao, Suho, Sehun, Chen, Kai, Baekhyun, Chanyeol, Luhan, Xiumin, D.O and Lay with all her heart, body and soul.
Thank you everyone, and maybe see you soon. ♥