Daily Archives: August 4, 2013

Eason Chan In A Bad Mood, Upset With Fans For Screaming and Taking Photos Of Him At Concert “I Don’t Like It”

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Posted: Sunday August 4, 2013 @10:04 p.m. PST


Cantopop icon Eason Chan wrapped up his last concert show on a foul note

Popular singer-songwriter Eason Chan ended his 25thLIFE concert show at the Hong Kong Coliseum last Saturday in a bad mood. According to media reports, the pop singer was a bit unhappy with his fans uncooperative behaviour.

Hoping to leave a memorable night for his beloved fans, Eason had prepared some fast dance songs for his last concert show. While performing, the energetic singer asked his fans to dance along with him. Despite his repeated coaxes (addressing them as royals), fans didn’t budge.

Feeling disappointed, Eason made a sarcastic remark, “Turns out all of you are crippled.”

Adding on to his frustration, Eason was also getting annoyed with fans screaming and taking photos of him throughout the concert show. When he went up close to shake hands, the 38-year-old singer grabbed a fan’s phone over and ‘threatened’ to smash it on stage.

Showing a ‘thumbs down’ to show his displeasure, Eason said, “Is it really so important to upload photos or videos of me online? I am sorry, but I don’t like it.”

Realising that he may have gone too far with his words and actions, Eason added, “I guess when you are older, there is nothing you are afraid to say.”

Eason Chan

Eason Chan

Hins Cheung Signs With Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG)

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Source: Yahoo Singapore By Heidi Hsia

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Posted: Sunday August 4, 2013 @9:47 p.m. PST


Cantopop singer Hins Cheung has officially become Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG)’s latest resident artiste.

According to Sina, at a press conference to announce his entry into the company, Hins expressed, “I hope EEG will give me a lot of support and encouragement in my career. I will put a lot of effort to make good music.”

He also revealed his wish to hold a solo concert at the Hong Kong Coliseum one day.

When asked if he is trying to replace Leo Ku as EEG’s golden star, Hins denied having such intentions and revealed that EEG has been in search of fresh new faces to join them.

It was rumoured that the six-year contract that the singer signed with Albert Yeung’s company gave him a payout of nearly HKD 10 million (app. USD 1,289,310).

Hins will be joining the likes of EEG superstars such as Nicholas Tse, Joey Yung, Twins, Kenny Kwan, Steven Cheung, William Chan, Jaycee Chan and even TVB stars Wong Cho Lam and Raymond Lam.

Hins Cheung joins EEG


Kid Rock Warns ‘Don’t mess with a M**********r Like Me’, After An Attempted Break-In At His Michigan Home

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Posted: Sunday August 4, 2013 @8:01 p.m. PST


The man who attempted to break into Kid Rock’s home has been arrested

The 42-year-old star, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, launched a public appeal along with a $5,000 reward after security footage showed a man on crutches trying to gain entry to his property in Clarkston, Michigan, and the 43-year-old intruder has now been arrested following two tips to the local sheriff.

According to Undersheriff Michael McCabe, the man was arrested at his home in Oakland County’s Independence Township, north of Detroit.

A 1994 Ford Club Wagon van, which was used to force open the gate, was also recovered and impounded.

Following the attempted break-in, the furious musician took to his blog to warn other would-be intruders that he will not hesitate to shoot them.

In a post entitled ‘Don’t mess with a M**********r Like Me’, he wrote: ”Thank God I was not on the property at the time of this attempted break in. I am an avid hunter and marksman and I will not hesitate to shoot anyone who has myself or family in fear for our lives.

”I take the invasion of my personal space very seriously regardless of who you are and YES, I do profile people (sic).”

A 43-year-old man, who tried to break into Kid Rock's house, has been arrested after the musician launched an appeal for information.

Eason Chan Bipolar and Phobia of Large Crowds; His Wife Hilary Tsui Says “Seriously Ill”

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Source: Yahoo Singapore

Media: Yahoo Singapore Heidi Hsia

Posted: Sunday August 4, 2013 @7:39 p.m. PST


Hong Kong’s favourite singer, Eason Chan, recently revealed that he is suffering from bipolar disorder.

HK Channel reported that on 17 July, which is the 11th night of his “Life Concert 2013” that was held at Hong Kong Coliseum, Eason admitted to having bipolar disorder, as well as a phobia of large crowds.

The singer, who exhibited odd behaviour during his performance, shared, “It is a type of a mood disorder whereby I get more and more afraid to be around a large number of people. I am serious about this. It’s not a joke. I am a little bit bipolar.”

The singer then stopped for a moment, and suddenly said, “I just experienced something strange. I totally forgot you guys are here. Actually, are you guys really here?”

He then continued talking about his condition for about five minutes and continuously apologised to fans, inviting cheers from the crowd. He ended with a promise that he will continue to live strong.

When asked regarding his odd behaviour on stage, it was reported that the singer had been ill since his fourth show and had been dependent on prescription pills to ease his pain and continue on with the show.

His wife Hilary Tsui expressed, “He is seriously ill, so I’ve been sleeping with my daughter at night. But I will keep on supporting him from the back.”

Eason Chan surprises fans with bipolar confession

Johnny Manziel (Heisman Trophy Winner) Under Investigation

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Source: Sun Sentinel

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Posted: Sunday August 4, 2013 @7:00 p.m. PST


Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel‘s eligibility may be in jeopardy after he reportedly was paid by a South Florida broker for signing hundreds of autographs.

ESPN‘s Outside the Lines reported Sunday the NCAA is investigating whether Manziel, who was honored during the BCS Championship Game in Miami for winning the Heisman Trophy, agreed to sign memorabilia in exchange for a five-figure fee.

Sources told ESPN they witnessed Manziel signing items but saw no money change hands. Three sources said Manziel signed photographs, footballs, mini football helmets and other items at the request of an autograph broker named Drew Tieman.

Sun Sentinel attempts to reach Tieman for comment Sunday were unsuccessful.

Tieman, 27, is no stranger to the sports business world.