Gary Chaw: I’m at my worst
“You may judge, criticise, and make fun of me because you have every right to (do so),” wrote the Malaysian singer, Gary Chaw, on his Facebook yesterday after making the headlines for a drunken outburst at Xi’an Riverside last weekend.
The 34-year-old singer also confessed that he is indeed undergoing the worst time of his life now, and added, “If you can't handle it, then I'm pretty sure you don't deserve the best of me that's coming in the future. I can't change myself so (that) you will like me, I just wish that the right person will come (along) to like me for who I am.”
Meanwhile, Gary’s wife Wu Sou Ling, who reportedly left home with the children on Monday, recently expressed her willingness to give the singer a second chance on the account of their two young children and if he seeks psychological help for his binge drinking ways.
In her interview with the Taiwanese media on Wednesday, she stressed that Gary is a very good husband and father when he is sober but revealed, “He tends to keep mum about his troubles and relied on alcohol to fix things. I’ve previously asked him to visit a psychologist but he refused.”
When asked about her plans if Gary gets involved in another drunken incident, she replied, “Our marriage could be at risk if it happens again. It’ll be very difficult to live together for the rest of our lives.”
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