Chinese idol Mu Ziyang spotted wearing fake Calvin Klein underwear, asks fans to stop teasing him

Caught with his pants (kinda) down. Photos: Mu Ziyang/Weibo, 羊就是咩咩叫/Weibo

Chinese singer Mu Ziyang must have been happy when his name trended on Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, recently.

But his happiness was short-lived when he saw the reason he was trending on social media.

Apparently an eagle-eyed fan spotted the 29-year-old idol wearing fake Calvin Klein underwear and posted the photo online.

The singer was at a show when he lifted his arms during the performance and exposed the waistband of his undies. Instead of "Calvin Klein", Mu's underwear's label was "Cailv Kenli".

The hashtag “Mu Ziyang’s CK underwear is fake” soon started trending, with netizens poking fun at the idol.

Mu was sporting enough to address the issue.

“OK, stop nagging. I just didn’t notice that I had bought a fake. All these in the span of a day,” he wrote on Weibo, as translated by 8days.

He then asked his fans what should he do with the rest of the counterfeit undies.

“What do I do with them, do I continue wearing it? I’ve bought so many, I can’t throw them away,” he lamented.

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