Weng Meiling's robbery is rumoured to have been caused by her gossip

The popular Weng Mei-ling has been in hot water recently. She has been in a lot of trouble. It's already a problem that she is living together, fighting behind closed doors and courting Miu Kiu Wai, but the other day she was robbed by a thief.

The story goes on and on. A report has insinuated that a female artist was robbed because of her gossip, saying that she was once playing mahjong with a journalist friend at a mahjong table, and was quick to spread a scandal about a cohabitating couple in the neighbourhood.

The report did not name the man, but we all knew who he was. Is this report true? Has anyone been interviewed to make this report? In order to find out the truth, we interviewed the victim of the recent incident.

In the morning, she was woken up twice by phone, but both times she was too upset to answer and went back to sleep.
As soon as she got up, she answered the phone and talked about her shocking memory of the day she was robbed.

She said, "I was driving Ken's car on Princess Margaret Road back to Broadcast Drive and stopped at the traffic lights when I noticed two Japanese cars lined up with me. I thought they were trying to provoke me, so I deliberately slowed down and they followed me for a while and then disappeared. But when I got to Renfrew Road, I found the two Japanese cars waiting for me again." She described them in graphic detail. I thought, "It's three o'clock in the morning, where is the safest place to drive to? I couldn't go to Kowloon City or Tsz Wan Shan. I knew Broadcast Drive better, and there were many taxis. So I had to drive up Broadcast Drive," she said.

I asked, "Aren't you afraid of the robbers following you upstairs?

"Of course I didn't go home right away. I drove into the PA (Production Centre) to look for help, but as soon as I got near the PA, two Japanese cars were attacking my car, one behind the other, so I had to stop. Two men jumped out of one of the cars and approached me with knives, asking for money, so I gave them the money and my watch. She finished in one breath."

"There was a report that another gang threatened you with a handgun?"


"Is this the first time you've been robbed?" I asked.

It's my first time." She said with a smile. "There should never be a first time for this kind of thing."

I complimented her, "You were not in a panic. That's great."

She said, "I remembered the licence plates of the two Japanese cars, so I called the police and they found the stolen cars, but they couldn't find anyone."

See, Weng Mei-ling has played the role of a young police officer.

"Will she identify the person in the future?" I asked.

"It's better not to identify people, just to get rid of money and avoid disasters," she said.

Don't say she is afraid of trouble.

"It's easy for people to find fault with her, but difficult for her to find fault with them. It's better to let things go."

After listening to her story, I repeated to her the story that she had been robbed by a thief.

She exclaimed, "They haven't interviewed me.

"No, they haven't interviewed you, that's why they're asking you for proof," I said.

"I don't think those two Japanese cars looked like an ambush, because I met them on Princess Road." She was deducing.

"So, have you ever played mahjong with a journalist friend?" I asked.

"Not recently, but I did play mahjong with XXX once a long time ago, I think it's been about half a year. " she replied after some thought.

"Did you mention to XXX that the boy was having an affair with an underage girl?

"Definitely not," she said in a definite voice.

I laughed and said, "You need to fight a villain, or go to a fortune teller."

She said she should, and added, "I had my fortune read by an Asian man in Singapore, and he was right."

She said she didn't dare to go to a fortune teller in Hong Kong because she was afraid the word would spread.

"What did he say?" I asked.

"I can't tell you that," she said briskly.

I don't believe in fate," she said. "There are lucky people and unlucky people.

"You're not bad either. Who doesn't know that Weng Meiling is so popular?" Don't laugh at me for shining my shoes, just look at the newsstands, magazines and weeklies are always featuring her on the cover, you can see how popular she is.

"I may have been lucky last year, but this year it's Maggie's world now," she added.

"Do you feel threatened by Maggie Cheung?" I asked.

"I know it's hard to stay in the limelight forever. There are three conditions to be popular: firstly, the audience accepts you, secondly, the company gives you a chance, and thirdly, you have to work hard, and if you're willing to work hard, you can stay popular for a longer period of time. But you can't control everything, it's your destiny," she said in an orderly manner.

I laughed and said, "You can't control your bad luck either."

She agreed, "That's right. Sometimes I think I'm being helped by not writing about me, I don't even know what's happening."

"What do you think about the story of the thief who was robbed because of her gossip mouth?" I asked.

"I want to find out who did it," She was a bit angry.

See, that's how helpless people are. They can't control their environment, but on the contrary, they are controlled by it.
Whether you're a celebrity or an ordinary person, you can't avoid this pain.

source: http://www.barbarayung.net/


See also:

1984 December 11: Yung Mei Ling was robbed on Broadcast Drive.

1984 December 18: Yung Mei Ling will not be influenced by robbery any more

1985 February: Magazine interview, rumours about the robbery


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