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Will Liu breaks silence on news of his financial crisis

The Taiwanese singer addressed reporters for the first time yesterday (Jan 25) at an event

Will Liu breaks silence on news of his financial crisis

Taiwanese singer Will Liu was previously revealed on January 23 to be facing a financial crisis, when his house was seized by banks last November.

The 45-year-old singer was best known for his appearance on the fifth season of hit Chinese reality show Where Are We Going, Dad? with 4-year-old daughter Liu Yu Fu (aka Xiao Pao Fu or Little Puff).

Ever since news of his financial crisis broke out, Will had remained uncontactable, and appeared for the first time before the public yesterday (Jan 25) for 336 Angel’s Day, an event held by Angel Heart Family Social Welfare Foundation to promote acceptance of children with disabilities.

At the event, the father of three shared that the news was baseless, and they are living comfortably with abilities to raise their children. He also shared that while they are not rich, they have plenty. Regarding his period of absence when the news broke, the singer revealed that he was filming a special episode of Where Are We Going, Dad? and did not have his phone with him. His statement was met with suspicion, as reporters noticed he read their messages, but did not give a response.

The suspicion is compounded when Will and his family then left the venue hastily in their car, refusing to answer questions from reporters about his loans and financial difficulties.

On January 24 two days ago, the singer shared on Weibo a photo of his family of five. In the photo, Will and is family could be seen looking ahead of them, with their backs to the camera.

“If you love someone, you have to tell them you love them. Tell them that you love them all the time and will continue to do so,” Will wrote.

As there was no mention of his current financial status and the news in the post, netizens were left wondering if his post was a hint that he and his family is coping well now.

Will had reportedly taken loans approximated to amount over NT$14 million (approximately S$631,450) to fund a 15-year-old building he bought in Shenkeng District, Taipei, years back. His house was seized when he failed to repay his loans.

Photo: PBE Media

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