Presidents and gay sex scandals aren't words we often hear side by side, especially involving DJ's from Tennessee that go by the name of "Chocolate." But the President of Taiwan, Ma Ying-jeou has been implicated in a wacky gay sex scandal.
Chen Shui-bian, the country's former president, made the allegation during a corruption court hearing. Chen complained that during the last election (which he lost), the courts suppressed a video that showed his rival Ma having sex with a DJ from Tennessee called "DJ Chocolate."
According to the Taipei Times, "Chen said the DVD belonged to [the DJ] Mack’s wife, Chang Wei-chin, who
said she was a good friend of Chen and his wife, Wu Shu-jen. Chen said
Chang had intended to use the DVD to ruin Ma’s presidential prospects
last year, but the prosecutor prevented her from publicizing it."
Ma has called the rumors "ridiculous," but Taiwan's legislature actually devoted an entire 'state affairs forum' to their President's sexuality with some calling on him to come out of the closet.
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