Singapore Nightclub Zouk Says No Way It Hired A Fake Marshmello

Jenny Regan

Many have guessed what lies under that big, white, lamp-shade lookin' smile, but social media was pretty damn sure whoever Marshmello really is, it wasn't the guy at Zouk Singapore on Saturday (Sept. 10).

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The official Ultra Singapore after-party venue was accused by its own resident DJ Jade Rasif of hiring a fake to perform, or appear at the club. The angry accuser took to social media in a rant re-Tweeted by the real Marshmello. DJ Jade Rasif has since deleted the original post.

The internet buzzed with scornful comments. Zouk posted an official statement to Facebook Tuesday morning (Sept. 13) claiming the “fake” was not a hired actor but simply a guest expressing himself in his own creative way. “We would like to give the assurance to all our guests that Zouk has valued and will continue to value the importance of respecting the industry, our fellow artiste (sic), customers, and their interests,” read the club's post. See the full statement below.