In the midst of speculation about foreign artist collaboration, netizens quickly dug up Jack’s “catastrophic” English-speaking clip.
After the shocking scandal of having a child, in early April, Jack officially returned to the social network with a revealing image filled with flowers.
With this move, many people believe that the male singer is preparing to make a comeback after a period of hiding because of a private life scandal.
Most recently, the fan community of Jack also spread the image of a story that he personally uploaded on his personal page a chat in English, causing a lot of curiosity.
Specifically, it was an English conversation between him and a foreign artist. Although a lot of information has been hidden, netizens can still see the message clearly: “Shall we do a collab?” (Translation: Can we work together?) comes from a mysterious character.
The fact that Jack made the chat message public made many people think that he was launching a “hint” for an international fusion music product.
On the other hand, the integration of the song’s melody Tsinghua Porcelain In the message, many people question that the product is most likely to be cooperated with a manufacturer from China.
While the matter was still unclear, netizens quickly dug up the “catastrophic” English-speaking clip of Jack in the past.
Accordingly, the clip captures the moment Jack greeted and shared his feelings in English when receiving the award trophy.
This seemingly simple thing was shown by Jack rather awkwardly and unnaturally, the pronunciation could not be more “inferior”.
At that time, when this clip was spread after the awards ceremony, people also protested fiercely about Jack’s English speaking. Many people even thought that he looked like he was trying to memorize a foreign language passage.
And yet, Jack was also “exploited” by netizens when using English.
Specifically, in the description on his personal Instagram page, Jack put the words “Singer and Rapper from Vietnamese”. It is not difficult to spot a serious mistake in this English sentence. The vocalist born in 1997 should have written “Vietnam” instead of “Vietnamese”.
According to VietNamNet
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