Malaysian-born artist Hero Tai or Tai Zu Xiong (戴祖雄) has always been a heartthrob with his good looks and stunning personality. However, he’s endeared himself to fans even more by being extremely open with them. Some would even claim he overshares.
Hero has no qualms about answering any questions that come his way regardless of its rating. Be it about his endowment, or his preferences, Hero has answered them all. However, there are always doubters. Recently, the artist went to great lengths to prove to his fans that he was well endowed.
Hero has revealed previously that he has a length of 18cm. Although he did show a brief video of it tenting his pants as proof, it clearly wasn’t enough for some. Recently, during another Q&A session on Instagram, the question “Is your 18cm real?” came up. Needless to say, Hero rose to the challenge.
He uploaded a photo on his Instagram story as evidence. Hero was wearing grey sweatpants at that time and a hand could be seen grabbing his private part. Most suspect that the hand belongs to a woman. Within her grasp, an obvious protrusion could be seen. “Would you be happier if you say it’s fake?” he teased.
Although fans were losing their minds at the blatant show, some weren’t too happy. The artist later admitted that he received a lot of criticism alongside the praise. Hero stated he meant to answer his fan in a joking manner with the photo, but hadn’t realised it would be inappropriate for public viewing. “I solemnly apologise to everyone,” he wrote. Additionally, he clarified that the hand in the photo belonged to a friend. Apparently, it had been part of a punishment for a game.
Fans may not be able to view the photo anymore, but they’re free to ogle at Hero in his book, “Be My Hero (戴祖雄Hero)”. His photobook showcases his sculpted body and has plenty of thirst traps for fans.
You likely won’t get an eyeful of his endowment again, but we suppose it isn’t necessary anymore. Hero may love joking around with his fans, but he certainly isn’t compensating for anything!
Source: China Press