‘90s Taiwanese Singer Jerry Lo, Who Has Had No Income Since COVID-19 Outbreak, Says His Daughter Rakes In Big Bucks From Just Staying Home In The US
He says she earns between "S$23K to 28K" a month in passive income.
Back in the '90s, Taiwanese DJ-rapper Jerry Lo, or Luo Bai Ji, was known as “the Godfather of Chinese Electronic Music”. Along with California-raised rap trio L.A. Boyz, he was one of the American-born Taiwanese acts to become big in Taiwan in that era.
The now-47 year old is still very much active in the electronic music scene and flies around the world to spin. However, like with many other entertainers who depend on gigs for income, the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a major blow to Jerry's livelihood.