Chinese pop star dating 12 year old
Personally, I have some choice words for this man, but I’m a lady so therefore I will just say…This is sick and this is sad.
Zhang Muyi, a Chinese pop singer and his girlfriend, Canadian child model Akama Miki, are the Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez of China.
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Monica Tan writes: "One cannot help but feel extremely uncomfortable (if not completely grossed out) by the power imbalance between this very young, undoubtedly impressionable and emotionally immature child — compared to her much older, experienced boyfriend.
The pair, who have been rumored to be dating for some time, seem to be something like legit after Muyi left a romantic message for Miki on her Sina Weibo, a social networking site, right after her 12th birthday:"Wait until I'm old enough to marry you, and then I'm going to say 'I do,'" Miki wrote on Muyi's Weibo page, where she has 500,000 followers, just after her 12th birthday.
As speculation surrounding Miki and Muyi's relationship grew following their posts on Weibo the pair began trending on Twitter, with some commentators branding the rumoured romance 'gross', while others dismissed it as a publicity stunt.While the couple have around one million followers, they only follow each other.Just after her recent 12th birthday, Akama wrote on Zhang's Weibo page, "Wait until I'm old enough to marry you, and then I'm going to say 'I do." Zhang responded, "I simply can't wait for these next four birthdays of yours to pass, I'm counting down each one." And they don't care if you think their relationship is odd, or inappropriate.They've recorded duets together and flood their social networking profiles with pictures of the two of them.
A year after hiring Muyi, Miki won the 2009 National New Silk Road Modeling Competition's Children Pageant."There's nothing we can do about this, nor do we feel the need to prove anything to these people," Zhang wrote on his page.