MALAYSIAN singer Gary Chaw (pic) unintentionally confused his fans by posting a photo of his wife with what appeared to be a baby bump, China Press reported.
On Monday, the Sabahan posted a photo on Instagram of his wife Wu Sou Ling caressing her belly, which appeared slightly rounded.Netizens immediately began congratulating the couple on the apparent pregnancy.
But Chaw, 40, later clarified that he was just joking and Wu was not actually pregnant, saying: “She just had too much to eat!”
Wu, 40, also explained on her own Instagram account that she had just eaten a big meal when the photo was taken.
Chaw and Wu were married in 2008 and have a son and daughter.
> Sin Chew Daily reported that Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing is believed to have been banned from leaving China following her tax evasion scandal.
The actress, who played one of the main characters in the Hollywood spy flick 355, was missing from the movie’s film set in France.
Fan’s involvement in the movie was thrown into doubt when the scandal became known.
Sources then revealed that actress Lu Ning would “replace” Fan in the movie by way of having her face digitally swapped with Fan’s.
Last year, Fan was hit with a 880 million yuan (RM516mil) fine for tax evasion, one of China’s biggest tax evasion penalties ever.
> A woman, who was recently arrested for driving against traffic in Singapore and caught hurling expletives at onlookers, was found to have an entirely different persona online, Oriental Daily reported.
An Instagram video showed the 32-year-old woman, the head of a recruitment agency, looking well-groomed and speaking fluent English in an interview with a media agency.
“It’s hard to believe that she is the same person, ” a netizen said.
On Monday, the woman was arrested for dangerous driving and had her driving licence suspended.