Taiwanese Rapper Nana Liang Accidentally Flashes Her Breasts During Live-Streamjessie tan
There are a variety of reasons why people get drunk. Some do it to forget, some do it for fun, others do it as a social activity. Most of the time, getting drunk is something people prefer to do in private or with friends. After Taiwanese rapper Nana Liang (梁云菲)’s drunk live-stream fiasco, we can see why.
The rapper has always been known for her cool demeanor, especially after her breakup with TVB actor King Kong Lee (Lee Hsin Chiao, 李信樵) last year. The 30-year-old rapper apparently started dating again in November, but, it appears not all is well in paradise. While live-streaming with a few friends the other night, a drunk Nana performed for her fans and accidentally revealed more than she meant to.
Fans were delighted when Nana started a livestream at 3am with a few of her friends. She had over 300 netizens watching her stream. Midway through the stream, Nana decided it was a good idea to perform a dance for her fans. At that time, she wasn’t wearing much, just a white camisole and a thong covered with a bathrobe.
Nana took off her bathrobe and began dancing, twisting her waist and hips to the music. She appeared to be enjoying herself, as she squatted down and shouted, “Will I regret this?” However, as she did so, her camisole slipped down, revealing a glimpse of her breasts. Kindhearted netizens were quick to point it out and she hastily readjusted her clothes.
The reason for her in the spur of a moment action soon became clear when Nana toasted wine glasses with her friend. “I don’t usually drink like this,” she blurted out. “Today, (I’m) really in a bad mood.” Her friend comforted her by giving her a hug and the rapper burst into tears. “I really don’t know what’s wrong with these men,” she cried. “I’m too innocent.”
We can definitely understand why the rapper wanted to drink her sorrows away. But doing so on a live stream may not have been the best idea. Well, hopefully, things get better for Nana soon!
Source: China Press