Lu Liping wept for Abe Jinsan, who was banned after being reported by netizens

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Lu Liping used to be a very popular actress, but in recent years, she has not been seen on the screen, because she often makes a dangerous statement on social platforms. Lu Liping wept over Shinzo Abe. After being reported by netizens, Lu Liping’s account has been banned. What exactly is going on? Xiaobian will introduce it today.

LV Liping was reported by netizens

As a Chinese, we must understand our political position. As a public figure, Lu Liping should pay more attention to her speech in public. As a result, Lu Liping often said something that made people question her political position. For example, a few days ago, Lu Liping spoke on her Weibo account, quoting the patriotic declaration of U.S. President Kennedy and sending birthday greetings to the United States. A Chinese star, so naked, specially sends dynamic blessings for the American birthday, so many netizens leave messages in the comment area and scold LV Liping.

As a result, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot dead, and many Chinese netizens were crying out for joy. However, Lu Liping sent a message to mourn Shinzo Abe on her microblog, and even added nine crying emoticons to express her grief. Now netizens were completely angry and began to report LV Liping. Lu Liping’s Weibo account is now in a forbidden state, which is also estimated to be related to netizens’ reporting.

LV Liping is forbidden

As a Chinese actress, netizens can’t accept Lu Liping’s remarks. However, it should not be surprising for netizens who know Lu Liping’s gossip, because Lu Liping has immigrated to the United States a few years ago and obtained permanent residency in the United States. There are even rumors that Lu Liping is now an American nationality. In everyone’s eyes, Lu Liping is Chinese. Maybe she has already been American, so there is nothing unexpected about her extraordinary remarks.

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