Taipei - Is the 16-month marriage of singer-actor Van Ness Wu and his Singapore bride Arissa Cheo already in trouble?
The two have stopped following each other on Instagram, after Cheo left Instagram posts in which she hinted - as read by the media - that the F4 singer is fake.
Apple Daily said it happened on Christmas Day when Cheo, who wed Wu in Los Angeles in November 2013, posted a photo and wrote, "I am going to give you the same amount of effort as you give me" and "Merry F****** Christmas".
Warned by a fan not to swear as Wu is a Christian, she shot back: "Fake faith. Don't believe the hype. What you see on the Telly is definitely not real. Don't tell me what I know."
The day after, Wu told his wife to mind her words, reported Apple.
Both later removed their posts and reportedly stopped following each other, with a post saying, "Stop letting people who do so little for you, control so much of your mind, feelings, and emotions" still on Cheo's Instagram account.
The couple registered their marriage in August 2013 and had holidayed in Greece last September.
Cheo, 32, had previously told fans not to think that everything she posts is about Wu, 36.
He was on Tuesday seen in Chengdu, Sichuan, for a countdown concert, without her.
This article was first published on January 1, 2015.
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