Ariane Grande’s short time rival on the iTunes chart got jokes. Mocking the allegations that his “robots” were pulling him to the top of the ladder.
Remember that the Chinese artist, Wu Kris has officially unveiled his album in the US earlier this week and in shortest time became number 1 on iTunes … with seven songs in top 10.”Thank you, Next” by Ariana was then released, but it occupied the 4th position … behind three of Kris songs. Allegations began to spread that robots helped Kris to hack the system. As at that time Kris’s album had not been released yet in China.
It did not take long for Kris tracks to exit from top 10, as Ariana has taken over – Ariana’s manager Scooter Braun – later published in a lengthy post on Instagram that it wasn’t a case of bots.
Scooter disclosed – “It was explained to he and I last night that because his release was held back in China for his birthday his fans went and got the music any way they could and that was US Itunes.”
He further explained: “Once the release in China took place the fans had their access. He has never been removed from the charts on iTunes. That is false. Those were real people from the US and international community and not bots as many have rumored.”
This brings us to what Kris has revealed on his twitter handle on Saturday. The post was making a mockery of the whole situation.