Friday, January 04, 2013
Earlier Kenny Wee sued TVB artist Oscar Leung for defamation. Yesterday Ah Lek (Nat Chan) expressed his support, he did not hesitate to say he can lend Oscar money to help him fight off the lawsuit. He said emotionally: "If you want someone to mess with, mess with me!" Sharon Chan also expressed she's willing to lend Oscar money to hire a lawyer if needed. Mandy Wong has been in touch with Oscar all along and hope he'll be okay. Oscar felt so touched from all the support, he wanted to cry.
Yesterday Ah Lek accepted an interview and frankly expressed he found out from TVB General Manager Mark Lee and executive Virgina Lok. Ah Lek said: "There isn't a separation of 'big' or 'small' artists. Mark Lee and Virgina Lok have the same views as me and are 100% supportive. (TVB is providing unlimited support?) TVB's lawyer is helping Oscar with the case. If he has to go to court, then bring it on! We will support him no matter what."
It was understood, there is a "super executive" in TVB that is supporting Oscar too? Ah Lek didn't deny: "That means the high executives are really upset! (Is that person TVB's boss Chan Kwok Keung?) I can't say who the person is. The younger ones don't know, and think he (Kenny Wee) is so powerful, but I don't see anything powerful about him. The most important is to be reasonable. (All the high executives are upset?) Of course they're unhappy. Eric Tsang and all of us are TVB people, messing with us like that."
Last night, Oscar was at Calvin Choy's birthday party and was asked if he feels relieved now that he has his TVB colleagues support? Oscar directly said justice is in the heart, he's just thinking of it as a lesson learned and learning through experience. He hopes for a new start in the new year, "Life is short, only several 10 years, there really isn't anything I can't put down. The most important is, everyone keeps peace and harmony."
TVB GM Mark Lee expressed whenever their artists encounter trouble, TVB is responsible to protect and support them. When asked if Oscar asked TVB for help? Mark Lee said: "Protecting our artists is TVB's policy. I learned about his case from the colleagues in the artists department. It is not necessary for Oscar to personally speak up to ask for help, we are responsible to assist him."
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU Forum
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