Alfred Hui and Hubert Wu’s Gay Rumors Continue

By on November 17, 2017 in NEWS

Alfred Hui and Hubert Wu’s Gay Rumors Continue

Busy with promotions for his latest album Miraculous Journey <神奇之旅> and with the finishing touches for his upcoming best-of album, Alfred Hui (許廷鏗) moved out of his family home to a new house in Tai Wai, where he would be able to make music and do work without inconveniencing his family members. The singer is careful with his private life, and before entering his house, he would make sure that he is not being followed.

Since his debut with TVB in 2009, the 29-year-old has upheld a healthy idol image and stayed away from dating scandals. Over the years, Alfred is best known for his close friendships with Joyce Cheng (鄭欣宜), Jinny Ng (吳若希), and Hubert Wu (胡鴻鈞), his ex-labelmates from The Voice Entertainment. As Alfred’s best friend and junior, Hubert Wu is often seen together with Alfred outside of work, and their close relationship has attracted the attention of the Hong Kong media.

A few nights ago, after attending an event with Kayee Tam (譚嘉儀) in Yuen Long, Hubert went to a supermarket where he eventually purchased a bowl of B Jai grass jelly and a Thai dish. After dropping off his assistant in Tsuen Wan, Hubert drove off to Tai Wai to Alfred’s house. It was close to midnight at the time, and before Hubert stepped out of his car, he made sure to put on a face mask to keep a low profile. It appears that Hubert visits Alfred often, as Hubert had no problems entering the key to the house gates. Hubert didn’t leave Alfred’s house that night.

Source: Eastweek

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com

3 comments to Alfred Hui and Hubert Wu’s Gay Rumors Continue

  1. Profile photo of yummiki24 yummiki24 says:

    SO CUTE

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  2. Profile photo of lyu310 lyu310 says:

    First off, who cares?? Let them live! Second, the HK/Asia reporters need to quit outing people. If they’re not ready to come out, then they need to be left alone. The Asian media still has a stigma towards people in the LGBTQ community and that’s something they need to work on.

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  3. Profile photo of ultradyong ultradyong says:

    I agreed with lyu310. For all you know they might be sleeping in separate room. The reporters are trying their best just to blow up the news.

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