• @tim3e @dimsum5678 - Oh wow. I did not know about what Spencer Leung said since I’m not caught up with radio stations. But it is horrible that Spencer is trashing JW and not Andy on his radio station. I think these DJ’s need to be more neutral and shouldn’t be using their radio station to bully others. And then of course when listeners here them on the radio, they get all fired up even more so more. Yes, shame on Spencer and any other DJs for doing that. I wonder if Spencer is friends with Andy and is helping his friend.
  • @passingby2 @littlefish @renac Sick and tired of hearing about this money grubbing, pathetic fame seeker on the news all the time. This guy is way overexposed and overrated, he should just look elsewhere to earn a living but not in entertainment industry.
  • @dimsum5678 @kokomo The host Spencer leung is clearly biased and double standard. He never once condemned Andy Hui for cheating. It's unfair to put the blame solely on Jacqueline Wong. It's takes two to tango in a relationship. They are both equally responsible for their actions. These hosts were biased from start to finish, in favour of Andy Hui and blaming everything on Jacqueline Wong. All these presenters showed their true colors and decided to be judge and jury. Putting all the blame on Ms.Wong and ass licking Andy Hui. They have basically used their radio show and abused their position as a host, to bash, attack and leave prejudiced comments on the people they dislike. Shame on them!
  • @tim3e Exactly and very well said! It feels like she is implying that Jacqueline had the right to cheat on Kenneth as they were not married. Trust exists at the boyfriend and girlfriend level too or else how can that build the way up til marriage?
  • @tim3e I think we can ignore her. It might well be the same troll opening a new account to cause trouble...
  • @modernwoman I think you're being unfair and biased towards Kenneth ma, in favour of Jacqueline and tries to blame him for her actions. Kenneth has no right to be angry, jacqueline is not his wife. They are in a relationship of course he has every right to be angry at her. Anyone who cheat on their partner is wrong, regardless of whether they're married or not. There's no way to justify it. If you don’t like the person you are with, you should just break up. Andy and Jacqueline are both equally responsible for their actions.
  • @llwy12 To be honest Flow isn’t the only person who wants fame and recognition. A lot of people who join the entertainment industry desire for fame, wealth, status and want to be successful and make a name for themselves in the showbiz. There’s nothing unusual about that. People say he wants to gain fame from this scandal. But what I don't get is what kind of benefits can he get by defending someone against a ugly scandal? By doing this, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image.
  • @llwy12 To be honest Flow isn’t the only person who wants fame and recognition. A lot of people who join the entertainment industry desire for fame, wealth, status and want to be successful and make a name for themselves in the showbiz. There’s nothing unusual about that. People say he wants to gain fame from this scandal. But what I don't get is what kind of benefits can he get by defending someone against a ugly scandal? By doing this, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image.
  • @llwy12 To be honest Flow isn’t the only person who wants fame and recognition. A lot of people who join the entertainment industry desire for fame, wealth, status and want to be successful and make a name for themselves in the showbiz. There’s nothing unusual about that. People say he wants to gain fame from this scandal. But what I don't get is what kind of benefits can he get by defending someone against a ugly scandal? By doing this, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image.
  • @llwy12 To be honest Flow isn’t the only person who wants fame and recognition. A lot of people who join the entertainment industry desire for fame, wealth, status and want to be successful and make a name for themselves in the showbiz. There’s nothing unusual about that. People say he wants to gain fame from this scandal. But what I don't get is what kind of benefits can he get by defending someone against a ugly scandal? By doing this, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image.
  • @llwy12 To be honest Flow isn't the only person who wants fame and recognition. A lot of people who join the entertainment industry desire for fame, wealth, status and want to be successful and make a name for themselves in the showbiz. There's nothing unusual about that. But what I don't understand is what kind of benefits can he get by defending someone against a ugly scandal? By doing this, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image.
  • @llwy12 To be honest he isn't the only person who wants fame and recognition. A lot of people who join the entertainment industry desire for fame, wealth, status and want to be successful and make a name for themselves in the showbiz. There's nothing unusual about that. But what I don't understand is what kind of benefits can he get by defending someone against a ugly scandal? By doing this, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image.
  • @tim3e Well, after his post defending Jacqueline, which pissed off a lot of netizens, the media is digging up old reports from when he participated in Mr. HK pageant where he told a reporter that his purpose for signing up for the competition was to get fame and recognition for his personal benefit. Also, when he went with the other contestants to Taiwan to film a segment for the pageant, he kept telling everyone who would listen that his room was haunted and that there was a ghost there reciting verses...and he said his room was like an ancient prisoners death chamber. Later, when reporters asked him about it again, he claimed that it was only a dream and he doesn’t believe in ghosts. So, sorry, I don’t believe a single word this Flow guy says...and like I said elsewhere, if he is truly Jacqueline’s friend and cares about her well-being, he should reach out to her privately rather than publicly making nonsensical statements that do nothing but make people dislike Jacqueline even more.
  • @tim3e Fame is a fickle thing, Flow can gain some interest in who he is to get him more notice. He is at a point in his career where he isn't famous enough to receive any real "damage," to his image. At his current status of fame, if anything, it will still generate more interest/benefit than it would harm him. I mean I don't know the guy personally, maybe he is doing this out of loyalty. His response doesn't make much sense though. Despite what he has said, I don't buy that a "victim," as he called Jacqueline, would willingly make comments and befriend the wife of someone she's sleeping with. If Jacqueline Wong felt as much guilt as Flow said, she would not be able to be around the wife, much less hang out and interact with her in admiration. This is not the actions of a person feeling guilt. I think that's why Jacqueline is receiving so much hate. Her actions show she has little to no shame. She was way more aggressive than Andy in the taxi. She followed Andy Hui on instagram, posted numerous photos with him and spoke out on her admiration for him, she goes and comments on Sammi's pictures around the same time the video was taped in a friendly, admiring way, she closes her instagram comments to ensure she receives no criticism, and just how she behaves in general towards this incident. Andy Hui is a piece of crap for sure but Jacqueline Wong is truly diarrhea. There's a reason Andy didn't follow Jacqueline on instagram, didn't post pictures of them together, had moments of hesitation in the taxi, had a live press conference and opened his instagram to receive all the hateful comments - he recognized on some level what he did was shameful and felt guilt and saw a need to take some responsibility (I still think he's a piece of crap though). Jacqueline on the other hand, none of her actions point to a decent person. She basically comes off as borderline sociopathic. She did wrong but wants to insulate herself from backlash. I mean to befriend the wife of the man she's sleeping with? Entirely and completely unnecessary. Had she felt guilt and not what seems to be arrogance and pride, she would not have done any of the things I listed. That's why I don't believe anything Flow said.
  • @silvernara @llwy12 I highly doubt he is defending Jacqueline for the purpose of fame. I'm sure he ain't stupid enough to not know that by defending someone against a cheating scandal, he will certainly receive backlash and negatively affect to his public image. Prehaps the reason why Flow Cheung defends Jacqueline Wong is because he is a good friend of her that's why he defended her from the netizens to show his loyalty to her. This is not uncommon. I have also encountered many people who's like him, in my personal life. No matter what their loved one or friends do, they will still defend and support them even though they know what they did was wrong. They turn a blind eye on it instead of correcting their mistakes and wrongdoing.
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