Taiwanese singer Shou is uncertain of the fate of Aaron Yan when it comes to the second season of their variety show, “Hi, Come In”.
As reported on Epoch Times, the singer, who served as a one-day store manager of the pop-up store Unique Lab on 25 June, revealed that the show is still filming its upcoming episodes, though it has started airing and streaming on Netflix as well since May.
Asked if Aaron will be taken off the show, he said, “I haven’t heard of it. The show is often shifted and I don’t know the programme flow. I don’t even know who will be the guests on the show.”
“I am not in the production unit, so I have no way to respond,” he said.
Shou also revealed that he sent a message to Aaron soon after the actor was accused by his former teenage partner, but that he received no reply from him.
“Maybe he’s been busy,” he added.
It is noted that the Taiwan Shilin District Prosecutors Office announced recently that it will be probing into allegations made by Aaron’s former partner Yao Le due to the fact that the latter was a minor during his relationship with Aaron.