The Fan Bingbing and Zheng Shuang incidents were not resolved, and China once again banned three artists within a month. Many people in the entertainment industry signed a letter of commitment on August 16 to protect themselves.
Chinese popular artists Wu Yifan, Zhang Zhehan and singer Huo Zun were banned within a month.
Wu Yifan was criminally detained by Beijing Chaoyang Police Station on July 31 for exposing concubines at a wine table and seducing underage girls, and was formally arrested on August 16; Huo Zun was cheated and chatted with his girlfriend Chen Lu for 9 years. The record is all about slandering the woman. His image was so frustrated that he was terminated by two variety shows within one day. After that, Huo Zun issued a message on August 14: “Please stop here,” and announced his withdrawal from the entertainment industry. ; Zhang Zhehan’s previous photos taken at the Yasukuni Shrine in Japan were turned out, and therefore he was sent out. The “Chinese (Communist) Cultural Management Association Network Culture Working Committee” believed that Zhang Zhehan’s account should not only be banned, and then Zhang Zhehan’s community in China All accounts were deleted, and Zhang Zhehan was removed from the list of actors in the play “Shanhe Ling”.
On August 16, dozens of artists from Mango TV signed a letter of commitment. The content of the letter of commitment mentioned: “Resolutely resist illegal and unethical behaviors, and strive to be a new era of morality and art double xin literary and art workers”, “Resolutely resist evil Crude performances, adhere to the people-centered creation orientation”, “resolutely resist malicious hype that distorts facts, and create a clean and upright industry environment.”
However, netizens mocked bluntly: “Don’t do this, it’s easy to slap in the face”, “Anyone can do things on the surface, but in the end it is a giant of language”, “Promises have no legal effect”, and “There is no legal effect. Something went wrong? No funny, formalism, the consequences of violation are not clearly stated.”