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Taiwanese TV host Jacky Wu’s son Rick Wu arrested in drug bust

Taiwanese TV host Jacky Wu’s son Rick Wu arrested in drug bust

TAIPEI – Taiwanese tv host Jacky Wu’s son has been arrested for allegedly taking medicine.

Singer Rick Wu was arrested exterior a nightclub in Taipei’s Xinyi district early on Sunday morning (Dec 26).

Taiwanese media reported that patrolling law enforcement officials detected the scent of marijuana and found the 23-year-old smoking the medicine.

Rick Wu, who goes by the stage identify LucyPie, was launched on bail on Sunday afternoon.

Jacky Wu, 59, reacted to his son’s arrest on social media afterward Sunday, writing in Chinese language: “It’s the father’s fault if the kids will not be taught properly. Elevating them and educating them is our duty as mother and father.”

The host of selection present Mr Participant (2014 to current) added: “Probably the most unforgivable mistake is stupidity. I really feel ashamed as a father and should take the blame.”

This isn’t the primary time his son has met with bother.

In 2018, Rick Wu had posted on Instagram that he would bomb the Taipei Metropolis Corridor if his girlfriend didn’t get better from an sickness and was later fined NT$500,000 (S$24,500).

He and his father subsequently apologised in a press convention.

Jacky Wu then ordered his son – who had been within the leisure business for less than 23 days – to stop present enterprise. Nevertheless, his son returned for recording 10 days later.

Rick Wu was because of maintain a press convention on Wednesday to advertise his new album, however his father introduced that it has been cancelled.

Jacky Wu has since relented and stated on Monday it might be held as scheduled. 

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