Monday, 10 December 2012 17:15

Celebrities support Eric Tsang on “slapping” incident

The veteran artiste was unaffected by his dispute with Kenny Wong and received support from many celebrities in the Hong Kong showbiz


Eric Tsang

Eric Tsang seemed unfazed by the recent public's speculations on his alleged heated exchange with Kenny Wong that happened last Wednesday. He appeared at Shatin Racecourse in Hong Kong yesterday to support his stallion, accompanied by celebrity good friends Natalis Chan, Alan Tam and Bennett Pang.

Alan even teased Eric by reenacting the dispute scene, amusingly "slapped" Eric twice on his cheeks and "assaulted" Bennett.

Despite his jibes at Eric, Alan commented, "He's [Eric's] most likely the victim rather than the culprit in this incident."

Other celebrities in the Hong Kong showbiz industry have also showed support for the veteran artiste. Natalis expressed that Eric is like a "little lamb" and he was "always the one who got assaulted" previously.

Actress Sandra Ng said, "I fully support Eric. I believe he's been taken advantage of by someone. I am not commenting any further."

Kenny, husband of actress Suki Tsui, caused a stir in Hong Kong's entertainment industry recently when he claimed he had a video clip of celebrities taking drugs in his restaurant last year.

It was reported that 23 Hong Kong artistes were involved in the drug party, which included daughter of Macau casino magnate Josie Ho, Eason Chan's wife Hilary Tsui, newly married singer Grace Ip and Cantonese hip-hop group LMF.

Rumour has it that Kenny exchanged blows with a couple of artistes at former Miss Hong Kong participant Karman Cheng's wedding banquet last Wednesday night. He was reportedly slapped by a person in the midst of the tussle and Eric, who appeared drunk at the banquet, was the biggest suspect.

When Eric turned up in TVB last Saturday to host a charity show, he told reporters that he had "no comment and it was not a right time to respond, as the case has been handed over to the police".

However, Eric was believed to snub Kenny indirectly when he told reporters, "My neighbour's dog has been barking non-stop all night these few days. The mad growling dog is so annoying that it has affected almost everyone in the entire area."

Alan Tam & Bennett Pang



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