• Doesn't surprise me if she did plan it but also it may not be true. It is all speculation that the HK tabloid media is running with to spark people's attention.
  • @sun5shine4eve6 sorry how could i have missed this comment because I was reading sensible comments. Also I did not say you are immature. As some posters said it is freedom of speech to express his/her opinion on a website. If you are able to dish the heat, you should be able take the heat too. Fair game.
  • @tankii totally agree, I wish i saw your comment before I posted. My bad that I missed it.
  • @emiliachan then people let her disappear and ignore her. don't focus on her at all. People still talking about her is making her still relevant.
  • @hmmmm trying but it is hard when in society now there are so many people that only focus on little things like the lives of celebrities. There is much more important stuff to worry about closer to everyone's life like focusing on your own family rather than a 3rd or 4th string Hong Kong actress. The sensible posters are not focused on the scandal anymore but how society has a "kick them while they are down" and/or a "me-first" mentality. People are saying that they are owed an apology from celebrities. We are owed nothing even if they are public figures as they are human and makes mistakes just like everyone of us. It is just when celebrities make mistakes, the media magnifies it beyond control. Yes, we can enjoy the entertainment news and that's why we are here but hate against her is so venomous. If people don't like her then don't focus on her. I hope TVB can play her halted shows not because they want to promote JW but rather to promote the hard work of everyone else involved.
  • @jimmyszeto totally agree with you. how can @balorclub commented as though we are somehow immature?
  • @balorclub We have the freedom to write what we want online and the celebrities have the freedom to read what we write online if they wish. There are many who directly send hostile comments directly to the celebrities on twitter, Weibo etr. I don’t see the problem of us expressing our opinions on a website..
  • @rainbow28 I am not a fan nor a hater of Jacqueline. But looks like you are a fan of the Sammi or Kenneth that got butt-hurt cuz your idol was victimized. Wow, her not reading these comments is not punishment but this is still public condemnation? What do you want her to do, bow down in front of you. If you watch Ma-Ming's interview you would know that he said she wanted to come out and say something but TVB didn't want her too. Read the comments from @theyenman @purplerain and @kokomo, these are mature comments and how normal people should be dealing with this, rather than criticising entertainment people from behind a keyboard.
  • @balorclub 1) Are you Jacqueline's fan or friend or sister or even herself? 2) Why is she a poor girl? Criticizing online is not enough because she might not choose to read everything about her negative comments online. This is not a punishment. Wait until she really actually faces everyone and let her face the reality. She has been hiding like a coward thinking the most regretful thing she does recently is doing something affecting her career. She feels no sympathy for Sammi, then of course she won't suddenly feel this since she has zero morality. 3) Instead of defending Jacqueline Wong, why don't you tell Jacqueline to be less selfish and look at things in the other person’s point of view instead of bringing multiple men home while betraying Sammi, Kenneth, and maybe more? 4) Did you view the video how she kisses Andy Hui and touches his whatever many times? If you did and still defended her, I think you are similar to her and think it's okay to be be a third party. Criticism is never enough if punishment is not enough. Nope, I don't think hiding or even studying a short course abroad is enough for a punishment. 4) That Flow guy very likely has a conspiracy with her so I don't feel any regretfulness from her. True, they might be buddies, did I forget to say "sleep"?
  • @anon1777 what she did was wrong no doubt about it. But as artists, they have people to help with their image and her PR team (maybe TVB) sucks bigtime unlike Andy's who has big name Paco to do damage control. We all say we will not do what she did if we were in her shoes. But think about her point of view now and she and everyone else are trying to move on, instead of complaining that we are owed an apology because she is a public person. If so, Trump needs to apologize for alot of things. There are better things to do than keep trashing her and living life following the entertainment industry which most of the time is darker than you think, not all glitz and glamour.
  • @balorclub well if I was in her shoes i wouldn't have cheated in the first place lol it doesn't matter if shes a "celebrity" or not everyone will get flaked on if they cheat and then try to wave it off as being "drunk". I don't feel any bit sorry for her but i see what you on about. thing is the majority of people that are in rage over this is cuz 1. she STILL hasn't truly apologized in a sincere way like at least try to make it sound sincere jeez 2. She pulled a home wrecker move its obvious to everyone shes been at it with andy hui way before they got exposed 3. She chose to hide instead of putting a brave face & face the public 4. Shes outted herself as a "fake from head to toe type of gold digger and hasnt at least potrayed herself as "regretful" limiting her social media comments/deleting+blocking people/trying to be slick and leave the country is NOT the right moves if you want the public to lay off you. Im sure shes also truly feeling sorry because if she really felt sorry she wouldn't have slid into a married man ( and not the first one from what it seems like) DMs and had a tryst with them behind their wife's back. Thats pretty much why the public is up in arms against her of course she isn't the first and wont be the last celeb to "cheat" but "cheating" is/will always turn the public against you.
  • @theyenman finally a mature comment. Like 100%. People leave the poor girl alone. Her future is pretty much screwed. Yes, what she did was wrong but enough criticizing. If you were in her shoes and people continue to criticize you how would you feel. Society would be much better if people would be less selfish and look at things in the other person's point of view.
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