Taiwanese celeb Jacky Wu plans to leave all his money to charity and none for his kids


This dad is doing what's best for his children. Photo: Jacky Wu/Instagram

In a recent interview, famous Taiwanese host Jacky Wu said that he’s not going to leave any of his wealth to his children.

The father to three daughters and one son, is said to be one of the richest entertainers in Taiwan.

His oldest is 30 years old whereas his youngest is 22 years old. Two of them are in showbiz as well.

The 58-year-old was talking about his possible retirement during the interview when he mentioned that he would donate all of his money to charity.

A news portal reported him saying: “My kids don’t need their father to leave any money for them.

“They can make a living for themselves. They’re able to contribute to society on their own.”

Besides hosting gigs, Wu also runs multiple businesses outside of the entertainment world.

Wu is also the one who discovered Jay Chou when the popular singer appeared on the talent show Super New Talent King in 1998, which Wu hosted.

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