When information broke in April final 12 months that TVB actress Jacqueline Wong had been noticed kissing married singer Andy Hui in a taxi, different reviews quickly surfaced that two different males had visited her residence.
A neighbour reportedly pointed fingers at a musician and a radio DJ.
Now, Wong’s love life is within the highlight once more after she returned to Hong Kong in December after fleeing to the US to keep away from the backlash of the kissing scandal.
May that musician be Lai Man Wang?
Pictures of Wong, 31, with the drummer of Cantopop group RubberBand at a pet store have sparked discuss over whether or not she is but once more intruding into one other lady’s happiness, since Lai had reportedly proposed to his girlfriend.
However he has since instructed the media he’s now single, saying marriage plans previously didn’t come to fruition, reported information portal HKET.
Wong, who posted not too long ago about her canine adoption, has additionally downplayed the romance discuss, saying that Lai is only a buddy who is aware of find out how to handle canines.
Some netizens consider she is telling the reality, declaring that the 2 have identified one another for a very long time, with Lai in a gaggle photograph that Wong posted in 2016.
Lai, at the least, doesn’t have to fret about how the romantic hypothesis will damage his household as he’s single. A pissed off Sammy Leung, who was rumoured to be the DJ who had visited Wong, was cited by Ming Pao as saying then: “I do not care about me, I’m used to rumours.
“My spouse additionally believes in me, however her buddies have been asking her about it, and our daughter remains to be younger. I do not need it to have an effect on them.”
The kissing incident led to TVB actor Kenneth Ma breaking apart with Wong, whose drama sequence, shot earlier than the scandal, have since been aired progressively by TVB.
However there isn’t any phrase but on future work although the broadcaster stated it might focus on such issues together with her after Christmas. – The Straits Instances/Asia Information Community