I'm sorry Cristo but the situations are nothing alike. Wolfsburg the city was founded just prior to WW2 as a settlement providing factory workers to build the new VW beetle, with the club that would become Vfl Wolfsburg forming around these workers starting out shortly after and moving through the amateur ranks. Thus you have an industry / football association that goes way back and they do not contravene the 50+1 rule.
Red Bull Leipzig do contravene 50+1. Blatantly. The club is actively restricting supporter membership. They were formed 8 years ago to push sales of Red Bull and tbf to them, its working a treat. Just don't expect football supporters who admire the way German football ownership (mostly) works to approve. I despise Red Bull Leipzig for what it is, even if I can't do anything about it and "it's the way football is going, deal with it"
Man City and PSG are not German clubs and aren't bound by any traditions of fan ownership.
Btw I understand if you think my point of view is weird but I grew up in an era before the Premier League and its clubs started exploiting match going supporters in the extreme ways it does these days so I always base current experiences on how things were prior.
Red Bull Leipzig is a stain on German football and i hope they never win the Bundesliga, altho of course they will at some point. Long live Bayern Munich!