Imma stick the post topper picture of recently retired from HK-ent singer-actor Andy Hui with his cheating partner disgraced actress Jacqueline Wong because let’s not forget (this fast or ever at all) about his douchebaggery. Andy was caught three months ago cheating on his long time partner and wife top singer Sammi Cheng with a long make out session in the back of a taxi with Jacqueline. She was cast as the temptress, and her boyfriend broke up with her. He held a tears, snot, and contrition filled press conference, accepted responsibility and declared he was retiring from HK-ent as penance and to repair his marriage to Sammi.
She actually forgave him and took him back, which I cannot judge because it’s her marriage, but I can judge the recent back-in-the-spotlight signs that Andy may be returning to showbiz and on the backs of his wife’s fame. They were caught prominently jogging together and he was spotted at the location of her upcoming concert venue. Her fans boo’d him (thank god there is some sanity there), and I hope HK-fans in general kill any attempted comeback by having none of it, because the world is too short to give money to a grade-A jackass. Continue reading
Every news st ory has an ending, some just happen offscreen after media attention dies. In what may be one of the fastest celeb cheating story cycles, in mere four days after HK-ent was rocked by the biggest news in … Continue reading
HK-entertainme nt news is basically 99% about the cheating scandal of singer Andy Hui and actress Jacqueline Wong, and 1% about everything else. This really is big news as Andy and his singer-actress wife Sammi Cheng are TOP STARS for … Continue reading
The is an old-fashion cheating scandal that has exploded in 24-hours to upend HK-entertainment and it’s both totally unsurprising and rather wild. Top singer-actor Andy Hui was caught cheating on his wife also top singer Sammi Cheng, with rising young … Continue reading
Seeing HK singer-actress Sammi Cheng in the news this week looking at 44 years old not a day older than twenty years ago when I remember her career starting heyday years, it’s crazy how times flies but certain people seem to … Continue reading
Two major Asian film awards took place this weekend, there was the Blue Dragon Film Awards celebrating Korean cinema held in Seoul, and further South in Taipei the annual Golden Horse Film Awards feted the Chinese-language movies of 2013. It … Continue reading