Thursday, November 18, 2010
Earlier it was rumored that "acting turned real" for Ron Ng and Linda Chung, the rumor isn't even over yet and Ron already has a new rumor. This time, the female lead is "Mainland Yiu Yiu", which describes Mainland actress Viann Zhang. Her 36F cup size becomes Ron Ng's new love interest. It was rumored that because of the rumor, Ron gets into trouble where a Mainland production compamy shuts him out. Though the two secretly interact, but the relationship was revealed when Viann uploaded a photo of herself taken at Ron's house.
It all started when Ron was shooting a series in Shanghai and met Viann at a nightclub. Since then, they kept in touch, Viann would often go to Hong Kong to meet up with Ron at his house. Viann also uploaded a photo of herself on Weibo and it was discovered that the background was in Ron's house. Viann's Mainland boyfriend ordered the Mainland production company to shut out Ron, in hope to drive him away.
Yesterday Ron was well-prepared when he met the media. He expressed that he has seen the report and admits that he is friends with Viann. She has also been a guest at his house. Ron said: "That day, there was a group of friends at my house having a party. She was one of the friends. I am not sure if she has a boyfriend in Mainland because I don't get into her personal business. We have communicated already, she knows about the report too." Asked if they are currently developing a relationship? Ron said: "Just friends. I also don't dare to date because I don't want the paparazzi to be accompanying me where ever I go."
Asked if he's worried about being shut out in Mainland? Ron said: "I recently turn down a Mainland series. In the future, I will be going back to Mainland for stage work and shoot an ad. I don't feel that I'm getting shut out." It was said that because he wanted to make it convenient for Viann to come to Hong Kong, he hired a driver. Ron said: "It's been a year since I've hired a driver, sometimes after work I am too tired and don't want to drive."
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