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Andy Hui performs at Sammi Cheng’s concert while Kenneth Ma asks fans to forgive ex-girlfriend Jacqueline Wong

Cheng has forgiven Hui since the incident and is still very concerned about Hui, hoping people will accept him.

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Hong Kong superstar Sammi Cheng invited her husband, Andy Hui to perform in her concert.

This move was an attempt at a comeback for Hui after the controversial scandal where a of him and actress showed them making out in a taxi.

It has been three months since Hui and were caught in the affair.

Hui said that he has cut ties with Wong and has been spending time at home to mend ties with Cheng.

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In days leading her concert, Cheng would return home late and Hui would ask helpers to prepare her food and massage her to alleviate her stress.

Cheng has forgiven Hui since the incident and she is still very concerned about Hui, hoping people will accept him.

Sources said that “she is a good wife.”

As for Wong, her ex-boyfriend Kenneth Ma has asked fans to forgive her.

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The couple broke up after the incident and Ma admitted he was momentarily upset after it happened.

“But very quickly the anger became concern. Now I am still concerned about her.”

If the incident happened when he was younger, he would have been very angry.

“But as I grow older and draw from experiences, I understand people make mistakes. Do we not forgive a person just because of one mistake?” said Ma.

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He assured fans that he was alright and that he hoped fans would stop attacking her.

 

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