Queenie Chu Calls Eddie Pang a Liar

Eddie Pang (彭懷安) had all the critics’ attention when he starred as the villain Mak Sin-kan in the TVB period drama The Learning Curve of a Warlord <大帥哥>. Though it appears that Eddie’s career is on the rise, the 40-year-old has been in the industry for a while, and was in the Cantopop dance group EO2, one of the most popular boy bands of the early 2000’s.

Eddie is also known for one other thing—his long, winding on-and-off relationship with former TVB actress Queenie Chu (朱慧敏), which lasted over seven years. The couple started dating in 2012, engaged in 2015, and separated soon after announcing their engagement, after it was discovered that Eddie had cheated on her.

It was said that the couple got back together soon afterward, only to split again. This on-and-off relationship lasted seven years.

After The Learning Curve of a Warlord finished its run, Eddie did a press interview where he talked about his relationship with the former beauty queen. Eddie told reporters that their relationship was “like a lotus root, unable to cut off.” He said both of them had tried to make the relationship work, but fate would not make them work out.

“I’ve learned from [her] in the past seven years,” said Eddie. “Even so, I am grateful that this relationship happened, because if I didn’t go through that experience, I wouldn’t become who I am today. These past two years made me realize what I want in a relationship. The most important thing is to be yourself. You guys can fight, can be sweet [to each other], but no matter how many fights you have, know what the other person has done for you.”

The interview did not sit well with Queenie, who wrote on Facebook, “What a bunch of lies. You only started to know what kind of relationship you want in these past two years?”

Both Eddie and Queenie were reached for comment about the Facebook post. Eddie offered no comment, but did give Queenie his blessings. Queenie, on the other hand, said she no longer wanted her name to be associated with him.

Source: On.cc

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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  1. i find this pretty amusing “the 40-year-old has been in the industry for a while, and was in the Cantopop dance group EO2, one of the most popular boy bands of the early 2000’s.” there was literally no boy bands in cantopop back then. in taiwan and korea, boy bands were thriving but they were never picked up in hk. i really it was this band and one other that also started with an e. they were both banded as youth that can sing and dance but they did not make it further than one album.

  2. I see this guy chilling with Hiromi Wada while they have a jamming session on streaming app 17 lately. He seems like a pretty chill guy. You’ll have to search for Hiromi on the app itself. I don’t think he has a channel yet.

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