The four actresses, Ali Lee (李佳芯), Samantha Ko (高海寧), Katy Kung (龔嘉欣), and Elena Kong (江美儀), from TVB’s hit series, “Death By Zero” (殺手), were guests on the latest episode of Christine Ng (伍詠薇) and Bob Lam’s (林盛斌) talk show, “Tiger’s Talk”. The show often explores more mature topics. This time, Christine Ng and Bob Lam asked the four guests their thoughts on third parties and sexual relationships.
Christine Ng’s husband was publicly caught cheating on her on two occasions. On the topic of cheating, she expressed she would have different thoughts at different ages. She said, “Him doing this, was it because I have issues? There needs to be reflection, but in conclusion, it’s all the same. The most important thing is you’re happy. If you’re not comfortable with that person and you keep remembering that incident, then it’s better not to be together.”
Katy Kung shared her thoughts, “I wouldn’t discuss it. I think there are only two paths, either continue to be together and don’t mention it again, or break up. If both parties apologize, then this incident shouldn’t happen again. I am a very softhearted person. It happened a long time ago, but we broke up in the end. I don’t like talking about it, but I would think about it.”
Samantha Ko revealed she was once dumped and betrayed. She also referred to the previous incident that led to become the third party, saying, “Of course, I was unhappy at the time. I would ask why you lied to me for half a year. I really didn’t know. I am a person who really trusts people.” Elena Kong also said Samantha Ko is a very pure person. However, Christine Ng said to Samantha Ko, “I didn’t see that from you. You look like you would steal. You look like Yip Kai Foon (葉繼歡). ‘I would definitely steal from you.’ You don’t look like the losing party.”
Samantha Ko responded that someone is always stealing her boyfriends. She revealed, “I think it’s part of the experience of growing up. The one from last time, he seems to still be with that girl. Up til now, I would still bless them. After experiencing it, I would reflect on myself because I trust people too easily…but I still trust people very easily…my father always says not to listen to what others say. I have to see what they do. I think that’s real.”