Show Lo will go on with his charity work despite negative comments

Show Lo expects netizens to accuse him of posting video of his charity work just to redeem his image. Photo: Show Lo/Instagram

Things haven't really been the same for Taiwanese singer and actor Show Lo after his ex-girlfriend accused him of cheating when they were together.

Grace Chow had posted a long confession on Weibo back in 2020 which detailed her discovery of the star's private conversations with other women when she accidentally saw a message on his phone.

Though Lo did reply to these allegations, he never denied it but wrote: "I will self-reflect on everything I’ve done wrong. There are many things that cannot be easily explained with just a few words, but I won’t explain myself."

The result of this scandal also led to the 42-year-old being dropped from many film and television roles. He has since started his own YouTube channel, Show TV, and transitioned to making videos instead.

The actor posted a new video on Oct 9 which showed him participating in some charity work for children in Hualien City in Taiwan. The title of the video reads: "No matter what people say, I will still do what I must! If I don’t, I’ll get scolded, and if I do, I’m putting on a show?". Yes, Lo knows how his charitable work will be viewed as fake by some people.

Lo explained at the beginning of the video that he wouldn't be surprised if netizens said his charity work was an effort to redeem his "tarnished reputation".

"Society is like this, if you don’t say anything, people will accuse you of doing nothing. But if you do talk about it, they’ll say you’re just doing it for show. No matter what the outside world says about me, I will continue to do it," he said.

In the video, Lo spent the day doing arts and crafts with the children and making mooncakes with them.

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