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Is Fish Leong divorced?

The rumour is that 41-year-old Leong was upset over Chao's fling with a woman although there are reports that she has forgiven him

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It is unclear whether Malaysian singer Fish Leong has really divorced her Taiwan merchant-husband.

It doesn’t that the singer has kept quiet even as media outlets like Apple Daily have reported that their nine-year marriage is in hot water.

Her husband Tony Chao also have not said anything about the issue.

He told Apple Daily that it it not uncommon for couples to argue and claimed to have no why people would suspect his marriage to be over.

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Chao also posted that netizens should not be concerned over a situation which he considered as a non-issue.

Based on reports, Apple Daily wrote last week that the couple had divorced with custody of their five-year-old son to be shared.

The rumour is that 41-year-old Leong was upset over Chao’s fling with a woman although there are reports that she has forgiven him.

Netizens, who are fishing for answers, are puzzled over the turn of events, given that everything had looked calm in recent months.

The couple were in the Maldives to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary in February, and Chao posted a photo of the singer and their son in June.

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But were there dangerous undercurrents beneath the calm?

China Press reported that when Leong was in Malaysia in July, her representatives told the media not to ask her about her family.

But she did say that, in life, what people see is not necessarily what is true beneath the surface.

“There was no affair or no divorce. It’s common for couples to have quarrels,” said Chao.

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“I don’t know who spread these ,” he added.

Leong returned to Malaysia last month to promote her album and her agency restricted the media from asking any regarding her husband.

The couple met after being introduced to each other by her manager.

They tied the knot in Boracay, in 2010 and Leong gave birth to her son Anderson Chao in 2014. -/TISG

 

 

 

 

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