Last week, a veteran Hong Kong reporter nicknamed Uncle Zhu made a bold claim stating that Jackie Chan (成龍) left Elaine Ng (吳綺莉) with a large sum of money after she had their love child, Etta Ng (吳卓林).
In his story, the senior reporter alleged that Jackie had given Elaine HK$40mil (approx. RM21.93mil) through a third party. That person was movie mogul and founder of the Emperor Group conglomerate, Albert Yeung.
In addition, his story also accused Elaine of blindsiding the legendary actor by exposing his numerous affairs to the media. Apparently, this led to bad blood between the pair as Jackie was furious at Elaine for creating so much drama as it affected his image in the showbiz industry.
Elaine has since taken to Weibo to rubbish Uncle Zhu’s report saying that Jackie refused to give her a single cent despite her having to raise their daughter singlehandedly. For those that don’t know, Elaine relocated to Shanghai in 1999, not long after giving birth to Etta. \
“There are many types of people in this world. No matter whether it is 20 million, 30 million or 40 million, if you are happy saying it, then it is also a blessing to make other people happy,” Elaine wrote on her post. She also warned that people should be careful of making allegations because karma is very real.
The relationship between the mother-daughter duo has been tumultuous over the years – to say the least. Sometime last year, Elaine even publicly disowned Etta following their dispute.