Ever since the affair between Andy Hui (許志安) and Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎) was exposed, many people have taken sides as whether they deserve Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文)’s forgiveness.
A few days ago, Andy’s fellow members from the all-male music group Big Four (大四) – Dicky Cheung (張衛健) and William So (蘇永康) – gave their two cents on the cheating scandal. Their opinions attracted a ton of controversial attention.
Similar to Sammi’s statement, Dicky also reacted to Andy’s drama by posting a bible verse from the Book of Isaiah of the Old Testament. It reads, “A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out. In faithfulness he will bring forth justice.” The 54-year-old actor added he hopes all married couples can live truthfully with love.
Dicky revealed that he had reached out to Andy himself not long after the scandal went viral but the latter hasn’t responded to his messages. Meanwhile, Dicky hopes that Andy and Sammi can reconcile and find strength in moving forward together.
On the contrary, William’s comments were met with harsh criticism from netizens. When he “liked” Sammi’s Instagram post, many people didn’t take too kindly and called him a hypocrite. “You got married, got divorced, then got married again. You’re a mess,” someone commented, while another said, “You always say that you don’t care about other people’s business, but why are you coming out now to talk about this? William So? Who?”
The Cantopop star proceeded to defend himself by stating that netizens had no right to judge or criticised him or Andy either. During a music event, he further expound on the recent events that have been dominating the entertainment headlines especially in Hong Kong.
“I personally think … Kenneth Ma (馬國明) made a very nice point: the people who should be making statements have already done so. People like us, who are on the sidelines, all we can do is give them emojis. I do feel that everyone has a right to voice their opinion, but since Easter is happening, I feel that we should end the old, and welcome the new,” he was quoted as saying.
For those of y’all wondering why hasn’t other Edmond Leung (梁漢文) spoken up? It may have to do with the fact that he was previously arrested for drunk-driving. As a result, he’s been banned from driving for 2 years and has to complete 160 hours of community service. He has been trying to stay under the radar ever since.
Source: Jayne Stars.