Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low, has been trending on social media yet again.
It’s non-1MDB related but reports alleged the 37-year-old fugitive businessman is involved in this year’s biggest K-pop sex scandal. Rumour has it that he was one of the VIP clients that received sexual services at Burning Sun.
Police has since issued an arrest warrant for Big Bang star Seungri along with Yoo In-suk, CEO of Yuri Holdings for conspiring “to arrange sex services and embezzle company funds”.
According to South Korean investigators, Low was one of two Southeast Asian investors who met with YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun-Suk. He and Thai businessman Chavanos Rattakul had apparently visited Burning Sun, where sexual services were apparently offered.
While Low admits that he was introduced to Yang Hyun-Suk through “Gangnam Style” star Psy, he denies being involved in South Korea’s biggest sexual abuse and trafficking scandal. Some of you may remember that Low previously brought Psy to Penang for a special appearance at Barisan Nasional’s Chinese New Year open house.
Although Burning Sun has closed down, there are claims that a new club opened a few weeks ago, consisting mostly of employees from Burning Sun. Coined as Burning Sun 2.0, the new club is called Label.
Find out more on Label and Jho Low’s alleged scandal in the Twitter thread here.