Chinese authorities are looking into claims that Mayday, a famous Taiwanese rock band, mimed during recent concerts in Shanghai, drawing attention on social media.

The Shanghai Culture and Tourism Bureau is investigating the allegations, emphasizing the public’s concern.

Mayday’s record company, B’in Music, labeled the accusations as false and damaging to the band’s reputation.

Chinese regulations prohibit lip-syncing, and violators may face fines. The controversy began when a vlogger analyzed live recordings, suggesting the lead singer mimed in some songs.

Mayday, often called the “Asian Beatles,” has a massive fan base in China. The band is known for energetic shows, and their popularity extends to younger generations.

The investigation is ongoing, and Mayday’s concerts are under scrutiny for potential lip-syncing.

(Source: BBC)

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