‘All of you are dead,’ threatens mum in daughter’s chatgroup

A MOTHER’s WeChat conversation went viral after she took an entire chatgroup to task because her daughter would not do housework, reported Sin Chew Daily.

The woman from Kuantan blamed members in the group for being a bad influence and threatened to call the cops on them.

“My daughter keeps on chatting in this group and refuses to do any housework. Can you believe this? I will share all of your conversations here with the police. I promise you. All of you are dead!” she wrote.

The mother even contacted several of her daughter’s friends to threaten them one by one.

“You are the reason my daughter does not do house chores. You are a bad friend! I have tolerated this for too long. If you dare, tell your parents to come talk to me!” the angry mother wrote.

Screenshots of the mother’s messages went viral after they were shared on a Facebook group.

Many were amused that the mother was so upset over such a trivial matter.

“I didn’t know that causing someone to not do house chores is a crime. I learnt something new today,” one FB user said sarcastically.

> Hong Kong superstar Jacky Cheung halted a song mid-performance after a backing track with pre-recorded vocals was played during a recent concert, reported Sin Chew Daily.

This came following reports that Chinese authorities are investigating artistes who lip-sync.

The incident took place on Feb 23 at Cheung’s 60+ Concert Tour in Shanghai while he was performing one of his classic tunes, Instant Love.

Before he could start singing, a voice similar to Cheung’s began the first verse of the song. The entertainer was seen bearing a stunned expression and immediately told his crew in Cantonese to “let’s do it again” before apologising to the audience in Mandarin.

“I am sorry, could we do this again? I think we played the track we used during rehearsal,” he said.

Many of his fans observed that Cheung, who is known to be a perfectionist, appeared angry when the incident happened.

“Judging from his expression, it looks like staff members are in for a scolding,” one wrote.

Others praised Cheung for his professionalism and taking steps to prevent himself from being accused of lip-syncing, an offence that is punishable by a fine of 100,000 yuan (RM66,330).

● 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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