M-Girls members pay tribute to Malaysian singer Queenzy Cheng after her sudden passing


The four-member M-Girls made its debut in 2001, and was active as a group until 2017. Photos: Angeline Khoo/Instagram, Queenzy Cheng/Instagram

Queenzy Cheng's fellow M-Girls bandmates – Crystal Ong, Angeline Khoo and Cass Chin – took to social media to pay tribute to Cheng, who passed away on Tuesday (Nov 28).

They posted a series of photos from the wake with the three members standing next to Cheng's altar, where her photo is visible.

In her post on Instagram, Khoo wrote: “We talked about the many beautiful memories we had together.

“As we were saying goodbye to you, we hugged each other and cried until our eyes were swollen.

“In the photo, you look the most beautiful today.

“I had never imagined a gathering like this... it feels unreal and (I) still can't accept it.

“I will always remember your kindness and also your smile.

“Today, I'll say goodbye to you. Let's meet again in the next life.”

Meanwhile, Chin shared three photos on Facebook, with the caption, “Love you forever.”

Posting just a photo of the altar, Ong wrote on her Instagram: “My beautiful baby. I will love you forever.”

The four-member M-Girls made its debut in 2001, and was active as a group until 2017 when they went on a hiatus to focus on solo projects.

Cheng is most popular for her Chinese New Year tunes. She was also an actress.

It was while she was filming a segment for a YouTube channel that she collapsed and later passed away. She was 37 years old.

A report stated that Cheng suffered a brain aneurysm. Her funeral will be held on Saturday (Dec 2).

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