Kris Wu and Wang Sicong Book Party Room With 80 Women

Singer Kris Wu (吴亦凡) and rich second generation Wang Sicong (王思聪) are close friends, and even share the same taste in women. Having the same preference for young influencers, the two men would party together and meet up with a massive number of women at once.

On June 18, influencer Li Beiping (李北平) spilled that Kris and Wang Sicong on one occasion “booked a room full of women. She added that including herself, there were around 70 to 80 pretty girls, and even added that the scene felt like a harem.”

Li Beiping also added that after the girls entered the room, security personnel began confiscating their mobile phones to prevent them from secretly filming and leaking what occurred inside the room.

Wang Sicong Spurned by Influencer

Aside from his lavish partying ways, Wang Sicong is known for his caustic tongue and would not hesitate to humiliate past lovers. Among Wang Sicong’s 14 ex-girlfriends, 13 of them are influencers.

His recent fallout with influencer Sun Yining (孙一宁) gained widespread attention. On June 15, Sun Yining exposed her WeChat chat records with the tycoon. The screenshots showed that despite telling him that she already has a same-sex girlfriend and clearly rejected his advances, the tycoon kept pestering her and threatened to splurge any amount of money to tarnish her reputation, prompting the influencer to call him “mad dog.” Angered, he brought up details about what she did in the past to cheat brands.

“Traditional” Men

Longtime friends, Kris and Sicong are attracted to the same type of women and share the same relationship views. Although often linked with trendy influences, both expressed that inner beauty is their priority as they are more “traditional” men in a 2015 interview.

I like clean, simple and innocent girls,” said Kris then.

“Someone who is as chauvinistic as me would not allow my girlfriend to film kissing scenes with other men,” said Wang Sicong, to which Kris had responded, “Your words [struck a chord] in me…actually we are all traditional men inside!”

Sources: ifeng, Netease

This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Ya. traditional Young, Fresh and Pretty girls!!!! As they age, they still like those young girls…. Both are just as sick and creepy as the other.
    Kris must have offended the industry, as the industry have been exposing him alot recently… No one is stopping the media from releasing leaks…
    Not all Influencers are keen to sell their bodies for money.

    1. @hohliu
      I agree and well said. These guys are creepy but I also must say, these girls are old enough to know what they are getting themselves into. I already knew this when I was 12.

      The media must really hate Kris for sure. I must say that I did feel bad for how the Korean company treated him though. They are worse than Tvb in some instances. His break with them was not clean at all.

    2. @hohliu lol, if you sleep around, after a while, it’s a bit hard to cover up. No need to offend anyone, he is just not as big anymore, and the whole he dug for himself is too big to cover

  2. Wow is Kris Wu the next Show Lo? Also agree he must have pissed off someone. Article after article about him and women.

    1. @bubbles23 Definitely the next Show Lo. Taiwanese are more tolerant of such behaviours. Even if such parties are expose, it does not affect the artiste star value. But China is different…when the Goverment being more vocal about banning/dismissing artistes that sets bad examples. I expect Kris Wu will likely have a hard time.
      His new drama with Yang Zi might really get affected if these rumours/leaks does not stop.

  3. Wang Sicong (王思聪) – Had to goggle this one. 34? More like 44? haha lol….

  4. #“I like clean, simple and innocent girls,” said Kris then. “Someone who is as chauvinistic as me would not allow my girlfriend to film kissing scenes with other men,” said Wang Sicong, to which Kris had responded, “Your words [struck a chord] in me…actually we are all traditional men inside!”#
    Oh boy oh boy starting to sound creepy. haha lol.
    There better not be any leak videos or forcing of any kind of scandals like one of those korean scandal boys that ended up in jail. haha lol….

      1. @hetieshou Agree. They want pure innocents cos they’re ‘traditional men’. Means for playing around and ‘testing and see who hits the ‘jackpot’ only have chance of marrying these creepy dirty old men.

      2. @hetieshou You are blaming the victim. Agreeing to attend a party doesn’t mean one consents to being groped or anything else. These men think they are entitled to women’s bodies because they are famous and the women should be falling all over themselves to be in their presence.

      3. @potatochip
        No I am not blaming them but just want to be fair as those girls are not little kids. They should know these men are creepy jerks but yet they still come. These men have motives but so do these girls.

      4. @hetieshou The girls get invited to a party. What do you think the invite said? “You and 79 other barely legal girls will be in a room with two 30+ year old men. And your phone will be confiscated”. Nah…

        Anytime the phrase “they should have” is used in scenarios like this, it is taking the responsibility away from the perpetrator. “They should have known…”, “they should have not been drunk…”, “they should have not dressed that way..”, etc. That is the victim blaming/rape culture the world lives in.

        It should be “These grown, powerful men shouldn’t set up immature, validation seeking girls to sexually prey on them.”

        Slightly off topic, but you all should watch the documentary “Childhood 2.0“ on YouTube which talks about the dangers of social media for kids. I am only about a third of the way through because I need to take a break. The horrors are so scary. But in relation to this topic, those who live social media seek out “likes”. Young girls and women spend lots of time editing, photoshopping, applying the right filter to pictures of themselves in order to post them. They get depressed or anxious if they don’t have a lot of “likes” or fewer than others. They monitor their numbers, even asking friends to boost up their score. They have to post more and more revealing pictures to get “likes”. It’s an addictive and toxic cycle.

        These are the type of girls, so called “influencers”, that these men are preying on. It’s extra sick if you think about it.

      5. @potatochip
        I will just say in general, just because anyone invites you somewhere means that you go? No way! They had a choice… if they just use their common sense then they would know that kind of scenario it is. If they were minors I can understand but they are all at least of legal age so it is not illegal but yes, it is not morally right at all. I don’t condone their behavior but they are old enough to know what they are getting themselves into. My late parents always taught me that. Then told my brothers that too. My point is, regardless of gender, just because anyone tells you to do something or go anywhere, does not mean you just go. If they had a gun to your head then that is a different story.. These guys are sick so they should have stayed away from them.

      6. @hetieshou Let’s ask women, how do you prevent yourself from being raped? The answer is you can’t. Women are assaulted at parties and at home. Drunk or sober. Wearing a bikini or a head to toe parka. Women can be raped anywhere, any situation, any age, by anyone.

        Let’s ask men, how do you prevent yourself from raping a woman? The answer is, “I just don’t rape”. See where the solution to rape is?

        I am sorry, but your parents, my parents, and their parents before them were wrong about these things. Women bare no responsibility in preventing rape. None. Because even if you did everybody society and your parents told you to do, you could still be assaulted. Thinking that you could prevent your own rape is why women feel ashamed and worthless when they are victimized. Those that need to be ashamed are the predators.

        We should be able to live in a world where women can go to parties, walk down the streets, or being at home alone, without having to worry about being attacked. How do we get there? By holding the predators responsible. I am not under the illusion that this is going to happen in my lifetime, but I am definitely going to call out ingrained rape excusing mentality each time I see it. I know it is an unconscious bias and is quite uncomfortable when confronted, but that’s how we evolve as a society towards equity.

        You should read about “rape culture”. Every major university has info about this. Some are concise reads like this.
        https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2020/08/how-rape-culture-shapes-whether-a-survivor-is-believed/

      7. My reply didn’t post, so I edited in case some words triggered sensors. My apologies if it double posted.

        @hetieshou The girls get invited to a party. What do you think the invite said? “You and 79 other barely legal girls will be in a room with two 30+ year old men. And your phone will be confiscated”. Nah…

        Anytime the phrase “they should have” is used in scenarios like this, it is taking the responsibility away from the perpetrator. “They should have known…”, “they should have not been drunk…”, “they should have not dressed that way..”, etc. That is the victim blaming/[email protected] culture the world lives in.

        It should be “These grown, powerful men shouldn’t set up immature, validation seeking girls to [email protected] prey on them.”

        Slightly off topic, but you all should watch the documentary “Childhood 2.0“ on YouTube which talks about the dangers of social media for kids. I am only about a third of the way through because I need to take a break. The horrors are so scary.

        But in relation to this topic, those who live social media seek out “likes”. It starts as a child. Young girls and women spend lots of time editing, photoshopping, applying the right filter to pictures of themselves in order to post them. They get depressed or anxious if they don’t have a lot of “likes” or fewer than others. They monitor their numbers, even asking friends to boost up their score. They have to post more and more revealing pictures to get “likes”. It’s an addictive and toxic cycle.

        These are the type of girls, so called “influencers”, that these men are preying on. It’s extra sick if you think about it.

      8. @potatochip
        you logic isn’t exactly realistic. based on what you logic, we could just wearing $$ on our heads and expect to be safe b/c nobody in their right and conscious minds would rob us.

      9. @m0m0 well, again, if they’re taught not to do so, you are much safer and less likely to rob or get robbed. It all comes down to discipline, education and societal values. don’t need to look far to see evidence of this – japanese ppl are notorious for being respectful of people’s lost belongings and safety (just not for women.)

      10. @coralie Yep! That’s a good example with the Japanese culture.

        My goal is to teach my sons not to be like these guys and respect women. It is my duty as a mother not to continue this chauvinistic/”traditional” BS.

      11. @m0m0 I can’t control anyone’s actions but I can control mine. If I don’t want to rob someone, I don’t rob them. No one can force me to rob them. If I don’t want to rape someone, I don’t rape them. No one can force me to rape.

        Those are inherent moral values. No one asks to be victimized. We are asking these men to take ownership of their actions and stop being predators.

      12. @potatochip thank you for educating everyone on this topic about women equality. It’s never MEN who should do so and so, but WOMEN who should do so and so. Such BS. As if men dunno wtb they’re doing.

      13. @hetieshou but it’s not the first time you used the line: “these girls should have known better” or they are legal to do whatever they like. After a while, it just sounds like you condoned/lessen Kris wu’s crime. Tbqh, the whole time I thought you are being a fan boy to him. That’s the impression you gave anyway. Even though now you have a few comment on how these men are a creep, but you still saying it’s the girls who should know better 🙁

      14. @littlefish
        No, I don’t condone them at all but at the same time, these girls were not forced to come. They had a choice but they came anyways. Just because anyone invited you anywhere, you just go? No way! My late parents always told me to never go with anyone that I don’t know well, especially a guy as you don’t what can happen. They tell my brothers that too as women can be just as deadly. Regardless of gender, you use your common sense unless you were a little kid that truly did not know then that is a different story. But these girls are not little kids. These guys are sick but I don’t think I can call these girls 100% innocent.

      15. @littlefish,
        I am not a fan of Kris at all. I actually felt sort of bad for him as SM entertainment treated him very badly. Glad he left but yes, he should stop doing these things or he can end up like Edison Chen which is not a pretty picture.

  5. Dearest Kris and Sicong,
    Please note: you are chauvinistic because you date multiple women behind their back and claim each is a gf and because you won’t even allow them to film kissing scenes NOT because you are traditional men. There’s a fine line between traditional, chauvinistic, and narcissistic, and you 2 menchildren have crossed it long ago.

    1. @jesspepperwang Both use they weath, fame to count young girls and give them false status whilst bedding them. GirlFriend….I wonder just how many are titled Girlfriend by them at the same time. And for how long?

  6. Don’t know who they are but they both sound disgusting to me. They better be careful, There is a worldwide syphilis outbreak at the moment.

    1. @tommybear
      i would go there just to check out the people and food. probably say hi so i can tell my friends i went partying w/ celebs!

      1. @m0m0 Me too…Even just watching by sideline will be interesting. They are not likely to kick me out if I am just watching… LOL.

  7. Damn wtf 80 girls in a room? That’s either one big room or pack of sardines lmao. Either way they sure had real fun in there.

  8. While I don’t see a problem with women going to these parties (how do y’all know they’re not just there to meet other influencers?), there’s definitely a problem with why it’s ALL women. Kris Wu and Wang Sicong didn’t attend with the intention of meeting innocent women. They attended with the intention to find a vulnerable and easy lay. It’s not illegal, but definitely makes them pretty pathetic. They can’t find good women outside of these harem parties? Sad and pathetic.

    1. @coralie they are likely narcissists and love that they have the means to host such a party. I doubt they care about ‘finding good women’, they just want to satisfy their ego and desires. Obviously not illegal as long as there’s consent, of age (hopefully??) and not drugging the girls, but it already shows what kind of person Kris Wu is.

    2. @coralie I don’t think it’s they can’t find women outside of this, but rather doing this gives them power. Nothing scream you have the king’s power (harem style) more than having women are all over you, you can bed 30 in 1 night and get away with it than this sort of “event”. But yea, sick, and I can’t wait to see this dude get kicked out of the entertainment industry

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