Forty-three-year-old actor, Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎), denied his love rumors once again in a recent talk show, expressing his disappointment with the tabloids’ wild claims.
Last month, Hong Kong tabloid magazines reported that Kevin “dated 10 women in 10 years,” and alleged that Kevin is pursuing his Ghetto Justice 2 <怒火街頭2> costar, Christine Kuo (苟芸慧) despite reconciling with ex-flame, Niki Chow (周麗淇), at the same time.
Kevin stressed once again that he is currently single, and that all written reports about the subject are not true. “I didn’t know that I was that fierce with women,” responded Kevin. “The Hong Kong media has great imagination.”
The actor continued, “I really do not want to be used for these stories, but as an artist, these things are bound to happen. I get a new rumored girlfriend every two weeks. Even I can’t keep up with it myself! I rarely read gossip reports nowadays; I had to get my friends to update me on my own love life. They will tell me who I’m currently with at the moment, and I would say, ‘Oh, that’s great. I didn’t even know. How did you guys know?’”
Kevin Has No Time for Love
Kevin originally planned to take a break in the latter half of the year to prepare for his comeback musical album. After Kevin was cast into the new Ip Man <葉問> mainland Chinese television adaptation, he had no choice but to postpone his singing plans. Kevin explained, “I had plans to film only three dramas in the first half of the year, rest in the second half to record an album, release the album, rest some more, and maybe find some time to get a girlfriend. But that changed, as I’ve decided to place an emphasis on my career.”
With regards to his colorful love rumors, Kevin commented, “They will not stop coming until the day I announce my real girlfriend to the public and get married to her.”
Asked if he will share his love life with the world, Kevin responded, “I will when the time is right. I will not talk about it if our relationship just began. I have to wait until we both feel stable about our relationship before I make it public.”
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
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