Was Mike He “Forced” to Marry Girlfriend?

On June 3, Taiwanese actor Mike He (賀軍翔) surprised his fans with a heart-stopped announcement—that not only is he now a married man, but he is also the father of a four-month-old baby girl, “Mei-pao” (美寶), who was born in Guam.

The announcement, which he dropped on Facebook, immediately topped media headlines. “Although it’s raining heavily today, it is a good day. We have registered our marriage!” wrote Mike. “Four months ago, our precious daughter was born in America (that’s we we named her Mei-pao), and to see my daughter growing up so healthily, well, I want nothing more.”

Expressing that he has entered his next stage in life, the Devil Beside You <惡魔在身邊> actor also stressed that his “other half” does not belong in the entertainment circle, so he will not elaborate on her identity.

On June 13, Mike made his first post-baby and post-marriage appearance at an event in Taiwan. Despite his popular appearances in romantic idol dramas, Mike’s own relationship life has been quite dull. He said he is not a romantic person at all, and it wasn’t until the day of their marriage registration when he got down on one knee to propose.

Sharing that they’ve been in an on-and-off relationship for the past five years, Mike said, “After all this time, it’s always been her. She’s a great person. We’re great together.” To protect her identity, he decided to not take their relationship public. Privacy was also one of the reasons why the couple decided to give birth in Guam. Mike said he and his wife will eventually hold a wedding celebration, but will not disclose its details.

However hasn’t been all unicorns and rainbows from there. According to a gossip report posted yesterday, Mike and his wife’s marriage was shotgun. He was “forced” to marry her after she told him that she was pregnant with his child.

Mike immediately denied the claim. “What an amazing script,” he said. “It’s sheer nonsense and a claim with malice.” Despite his change in tone, Mike said he is not mad about the rumor.

“I’ve been through much more exaggerated rumors, such as marrying a man overseas. I shouldn’t be wasting my breath on this, but if I find out who started the rumor, I will definitely seek legal action.”

Source: Ettoday.net

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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  1. So JayneStars start to use clickbait titles now? It clearly said it was a rumor and Mike denied it. So how is it that he “revealed” he was forced to marry her?

    1. @iciel it said that it was revealed that Mike was forced to marry his wife. It did not say that Mike revealed the news himself. It is the same thing as saying ” Someone Revealed that Mike Was Forced To Marry His Wife”.

      1. @bubbletea Eh, no. It’s not saying the same thing. The title IS saying “Mike He Revealed…” and not someone or somebody or some magazine revealed. “Mike He Revealed…” Like you said, it could’ve been titled as “Someone revealed that Mike He blah blah blah,” which the article itself said that. The title is misleading, wrong, and a click bait. The title and info within the article don’t match. Putting Mike He vs Someone, and then revealed in the title have two different meaning.

      2. @jjwong if the article was implying that Mike made the rebelation, it would have said “Mike He Revealed That He Wad Forced To Marry His Girlfriend”.

      3. @bubbletea Apples and oranges here. Title and article. We said the TITLE was misleading NOT the ARTICLE itself. Since @jayne had fixed the title, now both title and article match to say it’s only a rumor that Mike He was forced. Regardless, before the change, it still was wrong.

  2. The original title, “Mike He Revealed to Have Been ‘Forced to Marry Girlfriend” was meant to say that someone revealed this gossip, but it is understandable that the wording may be misleading and imply that he revealed the development instead.

    The title of the article was revised to avoid any misunderstanding.

    1. @jayne I hope you understand how the original title is just plain wrong. It isn’t just ambiguous. Mistakes are understandable. Purposedly mislead isn’t. I’m not accusing either, just making a statement. Anyways, good work and prompt response!

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