Moon Lau Denies Pursuing Bosco Wong: “This isn’t Funny Anymore”

By on June 2, 2016 in NEWS

Moon Lau Denies Pursuing Bosco Wong: “This isn’t Funny Anymore”

2013 Miss Hong Kong second runner-up Moon Lau (劉佩玥) no longer finds her rumors amusing. The Raising the Bar <四個女仔三個BAR> star, who was at a press conference to promote TVB’s upcoming Miss Hong Kong Pageant, denied her dating rumors with Philip Ng (伍允龍) and Bosco Wong (黃宗澤), expressing that she doesn’t understand why people would make up fake stories for them.

“Are they jealous of our friendship?” said Moon. “Why would they do that?”

While filming the martial arts drama A Fist Within Four Walls <城寨英雄> with Philip last year, tabloids reported that Philip and Moon took their onscreen relationship off screen, and became a couple. They broke up after about six months of dating. Moon said none of that was true.

“The world is scary. All of that is fake. We never dated, so how could we break up? Since the beginning we’ve only been friends. Really close friends,” said Moon.

Earlier this year, Moon cozied up with Bosco while shooting the drama Two Steps from Heaven <幕後玩家>. Their friendly relationship has led to rumors that she is trying to pursue Bosco. Moon denied this as well.

“Whether it’s in the show or in real life, I refer to Bosco as my dai lo [older brother],” clarified Moon. “He’s really good to us. He’ll treat us to meals and drinks. But most importantly, he’ll give good advise to us juniors too.” Moon said Bosco lives up to the name dai lo, as he doesn’t have a temper and never shows attitude.

“I used to find these rumors funny,” said Moon. “But now I really don’t find them funny anymore.”

In regards to the reports claiming that 17-year-old rookie actress Yeung Ka-ian (楊嘉欣), who is also rumored to be pursuing Bosco, Moon said, “She is seriously only 17. Please don’t hurt her like this. She is very quiet and composed, and very new to this industry. She’s never had these kind of rumors before and she needs time to get used to it. They just took a picture together. That’s it!”

Source: Oriental Daily

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

2 comments to Moon Lau Denies Pursuing Bosco Wong: “This isn’t Funny Anymore”

  1. elizabeth says:

    Seriously, you can’t stop rumours if you are in the entertainment. But I like how she tries to protect the 17 year-old. And she does seem sincere. I quite like the low-profile Moon. Look forward to her being in more prominent roles in future series.

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  2. happybi says:

    I like her response. Reporters really need to back off!

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