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Is Jay Chou also a Yakuza boss?

The King of Mandopop was dressed in a dark print shirt along with a beanie and sunglasses which alarmed some people as this outfit is commonly associated with local gangsters




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Taiwanese pop singer Jay Chou caused a stir at a cafe in Japan recently when his appearance caused other customers to leave the shop, according to Oriental Daily.

The customers did not recognise the King of Mandopop and he was also mistaken for a Yakuza boss.

The 41-year-old was dressed in a dark print shirt along with a beanie and sunglasses.

This type of outfit is reportedly commonly worn by local gangsters and his appearance raised the alarm.

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When he sat down and ordered drinks, other customers started to quickly settle their bills and leave, leaving Chou alone in the cafe.

He is reported to be on vacation in Japan before his concert tour starts in October.

Some of his fans waited in line for four days just to buy tickets to his upcoming concert.

Based on China Press report, 30,000 tickets for his 29 February 2020 concert next year were fully sold out after it went for sale over the weekend.

It also reported that only some of the RM738 and RM838 tickets were still on sale.

According to the organiser, the response from fans was overwhelming.

“Due to Chou’s schedule, this will be his only performance in Kuala Lumpur,” the daily quoted the organiser as saying.

The Carnival World Tour will be held at Bukit Jalil National Stadium, Malaysia.

The Taiwanese singer-songwriter’s eighth concert tour, will celebrate the multi award-winning singer’s 20 years in the music business.

Prior to his stop in Malaysia, Chou will be performing for two nights in Singapore on 10 and 11 January.

Chou last performed in Malaysia in January last year, before returning again in October to accompany his wife Hannah Quinlivan, who was shooting a movie on location here. -/TISG

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