New information of Andy Ng’s background was unearthed almost everyday and just yesterday, a reader revealed that Andy claimed that his father was a retired army general and that when Andy was an insurance agent, he often used his father’s identity to get clients.
Shirley Yeung (楊思琦) heartlessly hacked her nine-year relationship with Gregory Lee (李泳豪) and embarked on a new romance with Andy Ng (吳帥). In recent days, Andy’s background as a third party was unearthed and even revealed to be a man who loved putting up a deceptively wealthy front.
Although their relationship was officially over, Gregory still loved Shirley deeply. On the other hand, Shirley kept silent and avoided talking about her new romance.
Two nights ago, on a song dedicating program, <轻谈浅唱不夜天>, the host read out a song dedication by someone called CK, asking for Boran Jing’s song, Where Has The Love Fallen <爱情掉在哪里>, to be dedicated to Gregory.
This inevitably led to suspicions and rife discussions among netizens that it may be Shirley who had dedicated this song under the alias, “CK”, in hope of using this song to pass her message across to Gregory.
At the end of last month, Shirley ruthlessly dumped Gregory Lee and wasted no time in openly admitting Andy Ng as her new lover. Shirley also came up with an atrocious idea of pretending to be pregnant with Andy’s child, which totally broke Gregory’s heart. In the process, Shirley was caught in the fire of her own lies and as a result, her image went in a downward spiral.
Despite earlier claims that he was rich, Andy turned out to be only an “empty shell.” Many people were worried that she had chosen the wrong guy to love. When a song was dedicated to Gregory by a person named “CK,” this inevitably led to speculation whether “CK” may be Shirley, who had planned to use this song to let Gregory know that she could not let go of her feelings for him.
Caused A Stir Amongst Netizens
Although Shirley and Gregory have yet to respond to this matter as of yesterday, the lyrics of the song dedicated in the radio program spoke of a woman who could not bear to let go of her feelings for a man. One line in the lyrics was of special note, “Where did the love between us fall to, why did the happiness achieved become a happiness for nothing in the end?” This song dedication, whether there was hidden meaning or a spoof, lead to a rife discussion amongst netizens that the intent was to let Shirley and Gregory have a reconciliation.
Finance Companies Chasing Up His Door
Now that Shirley and Andy’s relationship was exposed, Andy has been trying all means to evade the media, leaving girlfriend, Shirley, to clear up the remains of this mess all by herself. Although Shirley has been keeping quiet over the new romance, Andy’s background has been getting “stinkier” through the media’s unraveling of his past.
One informant reader disclosed that between 2005 to 2006, he met Andy Ng through another insurance agent, S. After everyone was familiarized with each other, Andy Ng requested their help in moving his sofa. The reader then discovered that Andy was living in a room of a public housing estate in the Hung Hom district. This conflicts with Andy’s good friend, Yu Yue ‘s (俞越) , claims that Andy lived at Royal Court, Kennedy Town (a luxurious apartment in the Mid-levels). Some even pointed out that the room of that public housing estate was registered as the address of a company called Sui Wah (Hong Kong) Limited, and that company was registered under Andy Ng’s name.
The reader also indicated that his insurance agent friend, S, also divulged that Andy Ng soon left his insurance job. There were finance companies who went to his former insurance company to demand the debt returned, while revealing that Andy was in deep debt due to his constant borrowing to pursue Shirley.
Andy Ng was also exposed to have often “wooed” his friends out to have nights of fun at Shenzhen and even thick-skinned enough to stay at that reader’s house in Shenzhen for more than a month.
During that period of time, Andy also brought a student back to that reader’s Shenzhen house to stay. After Andy left for Nanjing and handed the keys back over to him, it was then that the reader discovered that some items were missing from his house. When the informant reader first asked Andy about the missing piles of DVDs from his house, Andy claimed that the student borrowed them.
After which, the informant reader immediately searched the house again and discovered that a stack of old dollar notes which he placed at his bedside cabinet was gone (the value of the notes was estimated to be worth $60,000 to $70,000 Yuan). However when he called Andy again to demand an explanation, Andy did not pick up the call.
This article was translated by Ah K for JayneStars.com.