Seven months after the breakup, Show gave a tell-all interview which detailed how he dealt with the immediate aftermath.
It's too late to apologise
“I was shocked to see [Grace’s] post appear on Weibo out of the blue,” the singer said. “My mind went blank and I kept reading what she wrote over and over again. I think I lost track of who I was [when I made those mistakes], and Grace’s words gave me a wake-up call. Looking at her post, I looked back at our relationship and realised that I did her wrong. I was completely in the wrong.”
Show continued, “The first thing that I did was to call [Grace] to apologise. I understand the hurt that I caused her can’t be taken away with just words, but I can’t find any other way to make it up to her. I’m at a loss too (…) I should take responsibility for the repercussions that come from all the mistakes that I’ve made.”
It's the sorry Show
After the split, he also apologised to his business partners, and decided to put a halt to all his showbiz activities “in order not to bring trouble to anyone else”.
Show then took the opportunity to say sorry to the public. “I sincerely apologise to those who were hurt because of me. I’m sorry to the public because I showed a bad example of what a relationship should be like. I’m sorry to my fans for making you worry.”
He admitted that he went through a period where he didn’t know how he would be able to face anyone again, and that he only managed to do so with the help and encouragement of his mother. “I’m a failure when it comes to love, but I believe that I score full marks when it comes to my work attitude,” Show proclaimed. “I will continue to put my best foot forward for both the music that I put out in 2021 and whatever work that I do.”