Reblogged By: La Tray
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.”
Reblogged By: La Tray
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.”