Oh man there is SO MUCH to unpack here and legit the tea spilled was too good to look away. It was a wild two days in TW-ent this week after Barbie Hsu’s ex-husband Beijing businessman Wang Xiaofei and his mother Zhang Lan who also runs her own live broadcast and sells stuffs online went crazy with the allegations and insults. Apparently Da S went to court in Taiwan to enforce her divorce settlement with Wang Xiaofei after he stopped paying around March whatever he was required to pay (unclear if it’s child support, alimony, or emotional compensation) when she got married to Korean musician DJ Koo. Both mother and son unleashed a torrent of words at Da S and her family, no one was spared from her mom, to little sister Xiao S and her husband. to the new hubby DJ Koo. Allegations included alienation keeping their kids from him, that Da S must’ve cheated with DJ Koo before the divorce to get married that quickly, to Xiao S being a druggie, to Xiao S’s husband having flings and mistresses, to DJ Koo being a loser for moving in with Da S and sleeping on the very expensive mattress that Wang Xiaofei paid for.
I kinda think Mattress Gate is the best descriptor because he was really upset about the mattress and TW-ent uncovered that it was a Hasten’s custom mattress that cost around $30,000. The next day Da S had the mattress dropped off at S Hotel (owned by Wang Xiaofei) while clarifying that the mattress was in storage this whole time and never used after her divorce. Wang Xiaofei then had his hotel staff publicly with reporters in tow shred that very very expensive mattress. Da S has issued a statement saying she will never say a bad word about Wang Xiaofei, she wants him to see the kids, wishes him and his businesses well, and hopes all of this will stop. Currently the one-sided war has stopped was Wang Xiaofei issued a statement he will stop and his mom also said she will stop. Oh, and his mom’s entire diatribe when this all started was done during her live broadcast to sell spicy noodles and she sold A LOT OF IT so take it for what you will.
With fashion pictorials I normally just enjoy the pictures as the “interviews” always feel so scripted and sanitized. Vogue Taiwan just dropped a massive pictorial and cover spread with TW-actress Barbie Hsu and her new Korean musician husband DJ Koo … Continue reading →
The “even K-dramas can’t make this up” real life rekindled romance and whirlwind wedding of South Korean rapper and star DJ Koo with Taiwanese actress Barbie Hsu (Da S) has an update this week as the happy hubby dished on … Continue reading →
The most “ripped from a drama script” celeb relationship news of 2022 so far has taken another formal step forward. TW-actress Barbie Hsu (Da S) and South Korean musician DJ Koo (Koo Jun Yup) registered their marriage in Taiwan this … Continue reading →
Okay, these two either went “Hold My Beer” around the other star relationship news recently or they are legit starring in their own K-drama. I hope its the latter but also realize it doesn’t matter, folks who are rich and … Continue reading →
Normally divorces with famous people have fans speculating with the usual cheating on the top of the rumor mill. With the case of TW-actress Barbie Hsu (Da S) and her tangentially famous on his own Chinese businessman husband Wang Xiaofei, … Continue reading →
I mean, there are two kids under 10 involved so this isn’t funny nor something that should be handled via public statements but yet here we are, day 3 of the Barbie Hsu (Da S) and Wang Xiaofei pending divorce. … Continue reading →
Welp, with Taiwan under the tightest COVID-19 lockdowns since the pandemic started 19 months ago, this is clearly going to be the biggest fish news for the tabloids. Taiwanese actress-singer Barbie Hsu (Da S) announced this morning to an Taiwan … Continue reading →
It’s not easy in the entertainment industry anywhere, and aside from the casting tribulations the commentary and standards continue to follow a star even after pseudo-retirement. TW-actress Barbie Hsu (Da S) hasn’t acted in years ever since her marriage to … Continue reading →
I remain eagerly anticipating Lee Kyung Hee‘s upcoming KBS drama Arbitrarily Fond, or whatever the final title will be or even if there will be one standard translation of the title. Starring Kim Woo Bin and Suzy, the drama has just … Continue reading →
The Beijing opera martial arts movie My Kingdom got its premiere date pushed back to September, but conversely it will be getting an international release at the same time as its domestic premiere. The production released a boatload of official stills … Continue reading →
We’re a few weeks ago from the premiere of one of the potential C-movie blockbusters of Summer, My Kingdom starring Han Geng, Wu Zun, and Barbie Hsu. The goodies keep dropping, and I’m more and more excited to watch this … Continue reading →
Every time there is a sparkling, sizzling, scorching new onscreen pairing, drama viewers of various persuasions suddenly feel this uncontrollable urge to scream at the screen: Just Date Already! I’ve been there, done that. It’s often exhilarating, but mostly painful … Continue reading →