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Taiwanese star Elva Hsiao is back on social media with a drunk post

The 39-year-old singer dispelled rumours that she had to take a break from her career due to active treatment for HIV.

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Taiwanese star Elva Hsiao made a comeback to social media after two months on a hiatus.

She posted a video of herself on Instagram seemingly dozing off while drunk.

Hsiao said on the video that she misses her ‘child’ and that led to fans being concerned about her welfare.

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“I do not know what to say. I will slowly let myself see my happy self and also let you all see me being happy,” Chinese publication Oriental Daily quoted her as saying.

A fan commented that she looked cute when she is drunk in which Hsiao replied that she was ‘sleep talking’.

The video with 60,000 views were filled with comments from fans asking Hsiao to take care of herself.

“We are all waiting for you.” “Please remember we are always here.” were among the messages from fans.

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In 2017, Hsiao took a break from her career due to stress.

The 39-year-old singer dispelled rumours that she had to take a break from her career due to active treatment for HIV.

In 2012, it was reported that she had rejected 1MDB-linked financier Jho Low in a proposal that reportedly cost a whopping RM6.6 million (SGD2 million).

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