This the most entertaining C-ent news story of the week, probably of the month for me for how embarrassing it must be for the rich men involved and the ladies unable to deny the exact same pictures. Like, the picture above I’ve now seem three different women in the exact same shot and that poor apple! The whole table is probably plastic food and fruit making this even funnier ahahahah. Anyhoo, this whole mic drop started from one post by uber rich Chinese playboy Wang Shao Cong, who personally partied in the past with these ladies, revealing that both Luna, wife of Wilber Pan, and Moka, wife of Aaron Kwok, were the top lieutenants of a “Amy Jie” (Sister Amy) and clapping at the success of Amy Jie in getting those two married off so well.
Turns out Amy Jie runs an so-called agency called PUA (Pick Up Artists) Training Camp that runs the same four step method for ladies marrying top stars: (1) plastic surgery for the same look that we see so much nowadays all over Instagram, (2) curate an SNS profile that is classy, kind, and a little bit dorky, (3) attend charities and parties with celebs, with agency assistance in responding to texts once the connection is made, and (4) release the information to the media once the couple starts dating. Voila, instant celeb wife. Aarok Kwok’s wife Moka, young than him by like 25 years, was apparently the number 1 success story, though the couple have 2 daughters now and seem happy so I’m thrilled it worked out both ways. Marriage is like any contract, as long as both parties are in agreement we bystanders just need to marvel at how “packaged” it is these days.
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