Wu Zun Says Everyone is Overthinking into the Rumors of Aaron Yan Being in Love with Jiro Wang

Wu Zun Says Everyone is Overthinking into Aaron Yan in Love with Jiro Wang

Bruneian actor Wu Zun (吳尊) hasn’t visited Taiwan in two years.  He attended a function in Taiwan today.  The reporters took the opportunity to ask him about his former bandmate, Aaron Yan (炎亞綸) and his recent scandal that outed the singer.  Wu Zun reveals, “When I messaged him, he seemed okay.  He is busy promoting his album and focusing on work.  I think him focusing on work is the best thing right now.” 

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There were rumors spread recently that a six year old song from Yoga Lin (林宥嘉), called “Unrequited” (浪費), was really about the love story of Aaron Yan being in love with Jiro Wang (汪東城) for six years.  When the reporters asked Wu Zun about this, his eyes turned wide and he was paying close attention to the question.  He smirked a bit and replied, “Everyone is overthinking it.  You have to ask Yoga Lin.  It’s definitely not about them two.  Maybe people are just making things up.”

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Wu Zun also shares, “Every time I see these type of news reports, I think this is just what people are writing.  You still need to find out the truth from the actual person.  The four of us have never gossiped and went around asking each other about these rumors.  Like before when I was rumored to be married, they didn’t ask me if I had a wife and kids.”

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As for a Fahrenheit reunion, Wu Zun says, “I think there’s a chance.  Our relationship with each other is also getting better.  If we were to do this one day, there would be a chance.”  Wu Zun also shares he had met up with Calvin Chen (辰亦儒) the day before as the both of them are partners with their bakery chain, “Bake Culture.”  

Credit: ETtoday.net, Wu Zun Weibo