If you’ve made it past Valentine’s Day, most people would think your relationship is fine. In an unexpected twist however, Fish Leong has proven otherwise.
Malaysian artist Fish Leong (梁静茹) has confirmed her breakup with Taiwanese CEO Darwin Lin, four months after revealing their relationship.
Last November, Leong (42) confirmed she was dating Lin (56) after they were seen together in Keelung Taiwan. The relationship bloomed a year after her divorce in December 2019 with Tony Chao, a Taiwanese businessman. Prior to that, the couple had been married for nine years with a six-year-old son, Anderson. Leong had even shared in September that she was ready for a new relationship as she still believes in love.
It was clear this didn’t last.
Fans were quick to suspect an imminent breakup after viewing a post by Leong on her Instagram Stories. “Any relationship in the world cannot be forced. Let’s split amicably due to differences in personality.” The post, made on 20th February, came as a surprise since she had posted several photos with the hashtags #HappyValentine’sDay and #lover on 14th February.
Leong confirmed the rumours on the 21st through her management company. “The interactions between two people is a type of fate. If you get along, then let it come, if not, then let it go,” she stated. She claimed that they did not share the same values towards people and things. “We stay together if we get along with each other; we separate if we do not,” the star explained. “Let’s choose to be friends again if we have different personal values.”
While dating, Lin sent a basket of roses to Leong with her name hidden inside a note during her concerts in Taipei last December. According to Leong, he had not told her what day he would turn up for her concert. This was to avoid distracting her apparently. The media did not spot him at the concerts.
Hopefully, your relationship with your significant other is fine.