• Those bathing suits are so unflattering. Why are they cut like a diaper in the bikini region? Is this to hide pubic hair because HK/Mainland girls don't shave or wax?
  • Asian culture is so fake. The HK entertainment world is fake af. She did not commit murder. She did not psychically harm anyone. She did not steal or bully. She had sex with another consenting adult! One has to ask why a reshoot is necessary. It's because Chinese people have to be fake and pretend that they're perfect. Everything they do is to "save face", gain validation and make others jealous. So sad. If this happened in North America, it would make the news for a week and then life would continue on.
  • @chena Sounds really farfetched and unlikely. Pretty sure Andy did name Sammi and apologised to her directly in his grovelling announcement.
  • @chena :/ it’s kinda hard to believe that Sammi can be a person like that, but it’s not hard to believe it could be true :/ after all, it does feel like the affair has been going on for a while, and women is very good at picking up these sort of things. Either way, we would never know, it had been played out, JW is bye bye off the game forever, and Andy runs back to Sammi like a puppy
  • @chena have heard this theory going around and im not sure if theres any evidence to support it, but the fact that Sammi was so quick to post and forgive him was a bit imo. It could be true that she's not as innocent as everyone thinks she is, but shes automatically granted the victim card here (as with KM -- but more so with her since her history of mental illness too) so I guess she can really play it out as much as she wants
  • @chena so Andy would go back to her ??? Damn!! old, dry up, dog AH must be the only dog in town in her book? lol...OMG ...If that was true. haha
  • There is speculation that Sammi knew Andy was cheating a long time ago and that she paid the taxi driver to get footage of him cheating. She then sold it to the media in hopes to expose the affair so Andy would go back to her. And that Sammi wanted to ruin Jacqueline's career at the same time. I actually think this might be true. Sammi isn't the innocent victim that everyone is playing her out to be? I think this ties in with how quickly she was to forgive him. Also, asian culture is all about "face" so she's just using God as an excuse so she doesn't lose face. Also, both Andy and Jacqueline didn't apologize to Sammi directly. Andy left out Sammi's name during his press conference and Jacqueline didn't mention Sammi in her IG apology.
  • @chena Because HK is more conservative and the celebrities seem perfect and wholesome, so a scandal like this will rock their world. American celebrities get caught doing wild and scandalous things all the time that it's normal.
  • @chena i always wondered this too. but after following tvb for a few years, i think because north america or just western people in general are much more open. north american entertainment industry is huge, people will forget in no time (or they won't even know half the time). but hong kong is small, people don't forget these cheating scandals for years. holding a press con and apologising is the lease they can do, plus they also need to explain to the media. in north america, you can tell media to f**k off and they probably will, but in hk, if you say that to the media, its considered extremely disrespectful and will only bring more hate. its just different values between different cultures, in asia its just a lot more traditional.
  • @chena Probably not first time caught either. Just that not everyone would be brave enough to go to the papers even if they have evidence of celebrity cheating. Can upset a lot of powerful people behind the entertainment circle. The taxi driver has to be careful...
  • @chena Probably an open secret that the entertainment industry is full of womanising, drugs and cheating but everyone has to portray an idol image. No one is allowed to reveal details of each other’s misdemeanours either. Remember that time Eric Tsang slapped Kenny Wee (husband of Suki Chui). What did he do wrong? He gave video of footage of celebrities taking drugs in his restaurant including Eason’s wife to police. Snitching is not allowed and everyone must cover for each other...
  • @jimmyszeto Exactly. It's such a lame attempt to try and salvage a damaged reputation. But I think Asian culture demands this whereas like you said, westerners would be like "none of your F____ business". The other difference is that cheating scandals in the west will not result in the person losing all their future opportunities. Sometimes it actually works the other way around and even more fame and opportunities come around. It's like Asians have to constantly live up to this fake image of innocence. SO CRINGE. And is the HK public naive enough to think that this is the first time he or she has cheated? This is the first time they got caught! LOL.
  • @chena Well the media will hound them anyway. Might as well get it over and done with. He also needed to brief about his departure for a while (hopefully forever) from his work.
  • @chena I agree fully. The same lame crap. ‘I would like to sincerely like to apologise to everyone’. He should just secretly seek the forgiveness of his partner and not worry about the public. Just shows that Andy is fake and just cares about his own career and hopes to gain sympathy. No one genuinely ‘cries’ because they feel ‘cheating’ has betrayed the public. It doesn’t make sense. You don’t get westernised personality guys like Edison apologising to the public and crying. It’s the real victims that gets owed the apology. Westerners will just go to the media ‘it’s not your F...... business!!!!
  • Can someone please explain to me why Asians feel the need to issue a public apology for cheating? This just doesn't happen in North America. Whatever adults do in their private life is their problem. They don't owe their fans or the HK public anything. Never seem to understand this.
  • @chena I am okay with Selena Li's acting, but I don't like her cute voice. Her soft cute voice has limited her acting certain roles with strong and tough personalities.
  • LOL. He's playing the race card when in reality, he's just salty af that nobody knows who he is.
  • @m0m0 I think a tip that all HK actresses can benefit from is to speak in a normal adult voice. Most of them all speak in this HK "I'm trying to be cute" baby voice that is so cringe! This is especially apparent in TVB shows when they have to argue etc and they still try and argue or yell in a cartoon voice. STOP speaking like you're pretending to be a toddler. It's NOT cute.
  • @chena I know, every time I read an article about celebrities giving birth and taking care of newborns, they make it sound super hard and super important, they make it sounds like they’re only people need to know how to take care of the babies. I mean, human been thru it all. Back in the day, our grandparents gave birth to like 7-8 kids, they didn’t need to read books, go to class to learn all those stuff and their kids still grow up healthy. I raised my 2 kids the old fashion way and now they’re 2 healthy, happy & smart teenagers. And I didn’t read or learn anything in any baby classes or books. I still use my own way to teach & discipline my kids.
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