Jaycee Chan: I had some haters
Jackie Chan's son Jaycee has said he's got "fewer haters" after several years in showbusiness.
The actor and singer said he had doubts about following in his father's footsteps but that he's now.
He said: "At first I did [have doubts], but not any more because I found quite a few supporters and fewer and fewer haters. So I'm happy with what I'm doing now."
Jaycee is promoting romance film Break Up Club at the moment, but says he's happier writing and performing music than he is acting.
He said: "My music career is actually more important than my movie career because music is me, only. I create them (the songs), I sing them, I write them, I direct most of my own music videos."
He added that he feels like a pawn on a film set.
"People tell me to do this, I do it, I get the money and I'm happy. If the movie does well, I'm even happier. But if it's music, that's on me. If it's not good, I'm the one to blame," he said.