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China's infamous 'snake spirit boy' who said he will not step into Singapore is now in Singapore, and he hates this classless place

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China’s infamous ‘snake spirit boy’ who on Feb 4 said that he did not want to step into Singapore as it is a “low” place, is now in Singapore.
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According to his Facebook update, he arrived in Singapore on Wednesday, and already he is not liking this country. “I hate this classless place the most,” he said.

最讨厌这没水准的地方

Posted by 刘梓晨的唯一私人小号 on Wednesday, 24 February 2016

On Feb 4 he said, “I now love Malaysians and Taiwanese people the most, and hate pretentious Singaporeans the most.”
The ‘snake spirit boy’, Liu Zi Chen’s post on Feb 4 was in response to the backlash he got from Singaporeans for his Facebook note addressed to Singaporeans the day before, where he said, “don’t think you (Singaporeans) are of a higher class just because you can speak some English. I can’t speak English but I am of an even higher class than you,” he said.
He added that he looked down on Singaporeans because we were not able to speak our own language.
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The 18-year-old came to everyone’s attention last year with a nude photo shoot on a pile of cash.
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Liu claims that his distinctive body and facial features are all natural. However pictures leaked online which showed how he looked like as a kid, caused many netizens to doubt his claim.
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The ‘snake spirit boy’ is now on a quest to reach out to Stephen Chow about starring in a sequel to Chow’s recent Chinese blockbuster.

为什么周星驰不要找我演美人鱼󾌽我最起码比林允正太多了吧󾆷

Posted by 刘梓晨的唯一私人小号 on Wednesday, 24 February 2016

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