THE estranged husband of Hong Kong singer Gillian Chung (pic) made a witty retort to an insult hurled at him online, Sin Chew Daily reported.
Someone wrote on the Instagram of Michael Lai, who is a Taiwanese aesthetics doctor, saying that he “is not worth a single hair now that he is without Gillian Chung.”
Lai, 31, replied: “Thank you for your comment. I am just a doctor. Please get in touch if you have hair-removal needs.”
Lai’s response became an instant hit among his followers, with many praising him for handling such insults with tact.
“Haha. He hasn’t forgotten to advertise his services (in his comment), ” an Instagram user wrote.
Chung, 39, and Lai started their divorce proceedings in March. But news of their splitsville broke out only early this month.
The pair got married in 2018 after knowing each other for only four months.
Lai was reported to have said that Chung had told him she regretted marrying him, and that she had constantly asked for a divorce.
> Like many other celebrities who are self-isolating at home, a Japanese adult video actress is hooked on the video game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, China Press reported.
Yui Hatano, 31, has been sharing on social media about her in-game house.
Fans were quick to point out that her house resembles a porn studio, which is equipped with a bed, professional lighting, a video camera and a director’s chair.
The pictures also showed Hatano donning sexy attire and making suggestive poses in-game.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a real-time life-simulation game released on March 20 on the Nintendo Switch console where the player develops a deserted island into a community of anthropomorphic animals.
Since its release, it has sold more than 2.32 million copies and has been credited to have caused a global shortage of the Nintendo Switch console.
Other celebrities who are also reported to be playing the game include Mayday frontman Ashin, Elijah Wood who played Frodo in the Lord of the Rings, and Brie Larson.
The above article is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.
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