• @hetieshou I’m like you don’t like to blow dry my hair either because after that my hair are very puffy I don’t like it so I just let it dry by itself too. I have noticed Fan Bingbing has a very long hair at all the time so I’m sure her hair takes lots of time to take care of it. I don’t know who’s that person is you’re talking about not like to take a shower or bath but I think it’s disgusting I’m sure people will smell you bad for not taking a shower often unless they’re wearing a lots of perfume to cover up those smells scent. Lol. Still can’t imagined.
  • @anoninhk Exactly and will they treat their son like a slave? Sorry but I hate it when anyone refers to their daughters as a princess and spoil her like that. No wonder many women these days are so bad and think they are entitled to everything.
  • @cutie777 Whether it is gross or not, you have to admit she is brave to admit it instead of lying and attempting to hide it like many who have plastic surgery. Is her hair that thick that it takes her that long to blow dry it? I just leave my hair to dry and it dries after awhile. Fan Bing Bing admitted to not washing her hair for 10 days. Ming Dao admitted to not taking showers or baths often as he did not like it. I must say that these celebs are very brave. I would be embarrassed to admit things like this to the public.
  • @hetieshou @llwy12 Thanks for the news updates as I don’t read anything else besides JayneStars.
  • @hetieshou Hi, would you or anyone know how come her friends with the financial ability dont rent her a bigger apartment to live? How come they let her live in a public small unit? With her condition, if they really cared should have hired a full time housekeeper to cook, clean, take care of her daily needs and keep her company. I'm just confused why wasn't that done. Hong kong cost the lowest to hire helper. Around hkd 30k monthly can maintain this that includes a 2 room apartment. I'm sure that's a minimum fee for her rich friends. If anyone can let me know it's highly appreciated bc I haven't been following her news.
  • @hetieshou Yes, exactly. But unfortunately, when you have the media involved, this is what happens. Almost immediately after the service, there were already criticisms from various people who were complaining that many artists didn’t even send flowers and that they should have at least done that if they weren’t going to attend. Um, if any of those people were following the news, they would probably know that the church and Yammie’s family specifically said NOT to send flowers – of course, some artists still did anyway but that doesn’t mean that those who didn’t send flowers didn’t care….many were merely heeding the family’s wishes, yet it is now being viewed by some as “they didn’t care enough to send flowers.” To be honest, the more I read, the more I feel like Yammie’s family should’ve done what Raymond Chow’s family did, which was to have a private funeral with only family present – not only did they not announce any details about Mr. Chow’s funeral, they also refused all flowers from everyone (Andy Lau and a few other artists tried to send flowers but all got rejected back). It’s sad that the family’s intention for a low-key memorial service for Yammie turned into a media spectacle with seemingly endless commentary on who attended and who didn’t. She already suffered enough when she was alive, people need to let her rest in peace!
  • @hetieshou I also doubt that it was foul play, as I’m pretty sure that would’ve come out already if it was. There was actually an article out in the latest issue of Mingpao Weekly that talked about her death. The reporter had interviewed Yammie’s neighbors and church friends and many said that while they are saddened over Yammie’s death, they are not entirely surprised. Apparently, while Yammie’s mental health was improving, her physical health wasn’t that good – neighbors said that awhile back ago, she had actually fallen while at home and wasn’t able to move or call for help….it wasn’t until 3 days later when someone happened to be walking by her door and heard her cries for help that they called an ambulance to take her to the hospital, which of course saved her life. Unfortunately, she wasn’t as lucky the second time around….
  • @llwy12 Well said and my thoughts exactly! After experiencing several deaths in my family kind of recently, I have came to realize that for someone to come or not to come to a funeral is not as important as how you treat the person when they are alive if you are close to them. I have noticed that even at my family members’ funerals, there were many people who my deceased family members did not even know. Some just came for the sake of going so people do not criticize them for not coming or some were just tag alongs or just wanted an excuse for going to work late,etc... not to say whoever shows up had bad intentions but coming or not depends on each person’s intentions and the situation as well as their relationship with the deceased. However, I find it sad how those who attended are getting so much praise and credit while her true friends who loved and cared for her when she alive are getting heavily criticized just for not attending.
  • @blest62 I guess you have not been following Yammie’s news through the years if you think her friends did not help her. Andy, Margie, Chingmy, her former manager(forgot her name at the moment), etc... all helped her out when she was alive. Just because they did not show up does not mean they did not care. Maybe it was too painful for them? Most of the artists that attended were not close to her at all and from what I know, actually did not do anything for her when she was still here. But I find it sad that her close friends who truly cared her are getting criticized while the ones who did nothing for her gets all of the praises just for showing up at her funeral. I am sure her close friends had good reasons for not attending. However, the love and care that her truly close friends have for her will never change and she will remain in their hearts forever.
  • @peachyogurt Actually there was another video that was released where the voices were not edited out. The rapists were revealed as being Eric Tsang and Alan Tang who has passed away. But sadly Yammie had mental issues so some did not believe her. I think it is a bit far fetched to think Eric murdered her. I do not think Yammie was a big threat to him as she did not have any money or power. Plus, she had mental problems and physical health problems too which all together may have caused her death. I doubt she was murdered by anyone as they said she had no physical injuries to her body. Plus, if there was foul play, after they do an autopsy, they would know her cause of death and would investigate. As of now, no one except maybe her sister may know her cause of death if she requested an autopsy.
  • @evelynn8126 I think it is a bad idea for him to show up. They would have mobbed him and he would be accused of shedding crocodile tears.
  • @cutie777 Honestly, just because anyone attends anyone’s funeral means they are close friends. In this case, many of the artists that attended are not even close to her at all. I think her true close friends like Andy, Chingmy, Margie,etc... may not have attended because it was too devastating for them. They all helped her when she was still around which is much more important than just randomly showing up at her funeral like they care so much. Not trying to say that the artists who showed up had bad intentions. Cheung Wai Kin even said that he was not close to Yammie but only came because they are both artists and are both Catholic. Yammie’s sister even said that she wanted it low key so it would have caused a big fuss if Andy, Chingmy and more artists showed up. It would have made it more high profile which is not something that her family would want. It would also not allow Yammie to Rest In Peace. It is sad that her friends that truly cared for her when she was around is getting criticized for not showing up while the ones that did not do anything for her when she was around is getting all of these praises just for attending her funeral. I find it unfair to her close friends. I still remember people wondering why Maggie Cheung did not attend Leslie Cheung’s funeral and she said it was because she was too devastated. I have a feeling that may be the case with Yammie’s close friends too. I think they just want to remember her in a happy and more positive way and could not bare to say good bye to her as it is too sad and painful for them.
  • @hetieshou That is what my step cousin did with his partner so they could have kids. As a parent I don't understand that kind of thinking. I know it's cultural but for me the fact that my child is alive and healthy is the most important. Not all parents are lucky to live long lives with their children. When my daughter was growing up(she was born in 1999) the parents who I hung out with were very aware that we needed to know the sexual orientation of our child was so that if by chance they were gay or bi we could help them. The moms would sort of observe or openly ask their children. I had a discussion with my daughter when she mentioned the subject and I asked her and she told me she was straight and darned if she didn't turn the question back on me. So far she has only dated boys so I assume the is her orientation or the majority of her orientation.
  • @sabrina Very good points and well said! Those were my thoughts too.
  • @pocky Wow is NYC that bad? But yet it is still one of the most expensive places to live in the world.
  • Yammie was very special as she was beautiful and talented. She is also very sweet too. Life sadly did not treat her well. I just hope she is in a happier and better place since this world was too cruel to her. If there is a next life, hope she will be happy. She will always be loved and missed. Thanks to her for bringing so much happiness to everyone by sharing her talent and beauty with us all. Rest in paradise Yammie! Will never forget you!
  • @lam86 On screen and real life are 2 different worlds as it is all just acting. You can be best friends and lovers on screen but hate each other to the bone in real life.
  • @cutie777 Honestly, just because anyone shows up at anyone’s funeral does not necessarily mean they are close friends. There are times when there are people you do not know often show up just because they happen to be around there are tag along with a friend who is attending. Even Cheung Wai Kin said he is not even close to Yammie and came since they are both Catholics. Sometimes the ones you are the most close to are the ones that do not attend as it is too painful. I remember people asking why Maggie Cheung did not attend Leslie Cheung’s funeral and she said it was because she was too devastated and could not handle to pain. People often mistakenly think that just because anyone attends a person’s funeral that they are close while the ones who do not attend are not close which is not necessarily true. You often see people who do not even know the deceased. It is not like a wedding where you invite people as anyone can come to a funeral.
  • @sugarcane Yes I thought that I was the only one to think that. Yammie also looks like Annie Yi too. They are all beautiful.
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