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Van Ness Wu says there was jealousy and unhappiness in F4 earlier than they disbanded

Van Ness Wu says there was jealousy and unhappiness in F4 earlier than they disbanded

TAIPEI – Former F4 member Van Ness Wu has opened up about being in one of many prime Mandopop boy bands of the noughties.

Wu, 43, and bandmate Jerry Yan, 45, made a uncommon joint look on the most recent episode of Chinese language chat present Welcome Again To Sound, by which they reminisced concerning the good previous days in addition to the not-so-good components. The opposite two members, Ken Chu, 43, and Vic Chou, 40, didn’t seem on the present.

Wu stated: “If we actually had a way of safety at the moment and trusted one another, I feel issues is likely to be completely different now.”

“We weren’t notably completely happy ultimately,” he stated, including that there have been emotions of jealousy and unfairness.

He confessed that he felt a way of reduction after they break up up as “it was time”.

The foursome had been introduced collectively as a gaggle in 2001 after showing in wildly fashionable Taiwanese collection Meteor Backyard however haven’t launched an album since 2007’s Ready For You. In early 2013, the group carried out at Jiangsu TV’s Spring Competition in China and hinted at a live performance tour which didn’t occur.

Regardless of splitting up, there seemed to be no unhealthy blood between the foursome because it was revealed on the present that they’d all met up at Wu’s place about 4 or 5 years in the past.

Wu and Yan have been additionally proven recording and sending Chou a Chinese language New 12 months greeting.

On the finish of the day of filming, Yan stated, referring to Wu: “I feel this present has introduced me nearer to him.”

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