Are Fei and Zhoumi suffering from the backlash against their political views?
Recently, Chinese idols in Korea had shown support for the Chinese political movement that went against the decision of the Permanent Court of Arbitration's ruling on territorial disputes. The idols' actions brought a lot of criticism from fans many countries in Southeast Asia and in Korea, as China's movement claimed some of their land as China's.
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About a week and a half after the controversy, it looks like the backlash has reached Fei and Zhoumi, as the MVs of their most recent releases "It's Okay, It's Okay Fantasy", "What's Your Number?", and "Empty Room" are suffering from a heavy number of dislikes, as well as comments on the video that condemn them for their actions.
What do you think of the situation?