La estrella de pop chino, Kris Wu, está siendo investigado luego de que sus ventas en iTunes no estaban yendo como deberían. Este hecho se dio a conocer luego de que fanáticos de Ariana Grande le protestaron a la plataforma que el sencillo “Thank u, next” de la artista no estaba de primer lugar.

Según informó Billboard, esta investigación de Kris Wu está siendo realizada por iTunes ya que son un tanto sospechosas la cantidad de ventas que tiene su disco debut ‘Antares’.

Lee: “La payola en tiempos de streaming”.

El manager de Ariana Grande, Scooter Braun, afirmó en una publicación en Instagram, que el cantante estaba usando bots para impulsar sus visitas, ya que era evidente que el tema de Grande debía estar en el top 10 de la plataforma por todas las visitas y ventas que obtuvo, pero gran parte de las posiciones estaban ocupadas por temas del asiático con números que no coinciden.

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Over the past few days I have become aware of an artist named @kriswu. Last night we had an opportunity to connect and talk and show respect. We learned of eachother since many rumors have come out about both us in connection to his newest release. Kris is a great artist who on a global scale is a star. It was explained to he and I last night that because his release was held back in China for his birthday his fans went and got the music any way they could and that was US Itunes. Once the release in China took place the fans had their access. He has never been removed from the charts on iTunes. That is false. I have never wished anything bad for Kris nor any other artist and those saying otherwise are wrong. Any fans of anyone I manage who are using this opportunity to spread any sort of division or racism are dead wrong and I won’t stand for it. The music community is international and no longer held by borders. Kris happy birthday and you showed yourself to be a global star. Glad we got to connect and speak and keep your head held high. This is just the first of many achievements for you. And for those using my name for false rumors now you know exactly where I stand. Keep it positive.

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Aún no se conoce en qué terminará el caso, sin embargo, de ser afirmativo que está usando bots, sería una de las pocas veces que iTunes sufre este tipo de casos en su plataforma, y la payola sería una realidad.

 

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