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Jolin Tsai Loses 300K Weibo Followers Just 'Cos She Didn't Share "One China" Post

Now they're just getting flamed for doing nothing, literally.

Jolin Tsai Loses 300K Weibo Followers Just 'Cos She Didn't Share "One China" Post

Another day, another star affected by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s official visit to Taiwan (Aug 2).

First there was a list on Weibo calling out celebs not from China, including JJ Lin and Stefanie Sun, for not sharing the One China post on their personal Weibo accounts. 

Next, Taiwanese singer Hebe Tien was slammed for posting pics of herself eating pasta ('cos pasta is Italian and so is Nancy Pelosi).

Then, ex-Fahrenheit member Aaron Yan was dropped by his own fashion brand after asking fans if they prefer Taiwanese or American breakfast on Facebook.

And now, 41-year-old Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai has joined the list.

Jolin's song 'Womxnly' was recently praised on CCTV's Weibo

In a Weibo post by China Central Television on Aug 4 to promote their music radio show, Shi Jian De Ge, the broadcaster referred to Jolin's classic hit 'Womxnly' as a "solace for the youth". 

However, fans soon noticed that the post was removed. Many then speculated that it was because Jolin has yet to share the "One China" post on her personal Weibo account. 

And that's not all.

Some netizens later realised that Jolin's Weibo follower count fell by 300K — from 43 million to 42.73 million as of Aug 8.

The singer's personal page was also bombarded with hateful comments from netizens, criticising her for "supporting Taiwan's independence" and for "being a two-faced artiste".

Shag.

Photos: chinapress

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