Gossips are rampant and endless. Two TV Queens, Ali Lee (李佳芯) and Kristal Tin (田蕊妮) are pitiful as they become the latest targets of the Chinese netizens.
As the 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests are ongoing, Kristal seldom discusses about political affairs and suspected to hint about the “endless loop” by Carrie Lam (林鄭) by leaving a message on Facebook earlier: “I am holding a press conference to announce there will be a press conference later. The contents is related to a press conference on the following day.” Thus, many netizens boycotted Kristal and her husband, Chapman To (杜汶澤) pointed they were “rubbish” couple. Looking at the current situation, it is uncertain if the disputes will affect her TVB new drama, Girlie Days (她。她。她的少女時代) premiering on 19th August and solo concert at Macpherson Stadium in Mong Kok on 20th September.
Kristal replied to the media on 8th August: “It does not matter and is normal during this period of time. I understand not everyone are perfectly clear about the recent happenings and we should get used to it. I will continue to do my part well and thank you.”
As for Ali, she was “attacked” by the netizens on Weibo and Instagram since June and they even demanded TVB to terminate her spokesperson identity representing Hong Kong. She finally rebutted on 7th August: “Hong Kong Independence does not cross my mind before and now. I do not wish to see any conflicts and misunderstandings and look forward to see the return of the peaceful society. Hopefully we will show more love and tolerate each other.” However, it is never ending and Ali’s fans felt unhappy when Jacqueline Chong (莊思敏) posted a message to root for her. They also told her not to disturb anybody.