Patrick Tse's daughter believes slapping incident involving Kenneth Tsang not staged

Patrick Tse's daughter believes slapping incident involving Kenneth Tsang not staged
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A few days ago when artiste Jennifer Tse was at Kowloon Bay, she accepted an interview and was asked about the incident of her father hitting Kenneth Tsang during a promotional event for '4 Amigos Bon Voyage'.

She said she was filming an advertisement when she received the news and did not watch the video.

Jennifer said she has not contacted her father in regard to the incident, but said:

"He is not the type of person who would usually get into a fight. He did not pick up when I called him. I'm not sure whether he is talking on the phone or if he switched off his phone. Maybe there's a lot of reporters trying to call him."

Jennifer does not believe that the incident was a publicity stunt.

When asked if she has ever been hit by her father when she was a child, she said it would be her mother doing meting out the punishments.

"I have never been hit by my father, because my father's hands are thick. I think my head would fall off if he hit me," said Jennifer.

She said she will still continue contacting her father.

Eric Kwok, who was also with Jennifer Tse, supported Patrick Tse by saying he must have his reasons for what he did.

Source: Asian E-News Portal

 

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