Singapore – In the story of Instagram, actress Jaylee Woo has admitted that she "felt very bad" for setting a snapshot of an aggressive way of filming a Chinese daily reporter about an interview with the late Aloysius Pango.
The screen shot showed the reporter to assume that Mrs. Woo thinks journalists are humiliated and that "Aloy will not do it".
For this reason, the Internet community was furious about the revelatory insensitivity and a petition was set up to require a disciplinary measure for journalists and its editor. To date, more than 6,300 people signed a petition.
In his Instagram story, Jayley said:
"After all, I've been thinking about it, just as, with respect to this petition that is taking place, I honestly felt very bad. I know I should not put a footage, but … So he apologized to everyone who wants to know. Because I feel I do not have to say anything, but I feel that maybe somebody costs me. I know that Aloysius would not want this to happen to anybody, though it might be wrong time, wrong emotions for me … "
He continued to thank everyone for love and care and focus on the right things like the spread of love rather than hatred.
The oldest brother Aloysius Panga also talked about it through the agency for the late actor, NoonTalk Media, and their statement on their Facebook page was also announced.
Jefferson Pang mentioned that "silence is wise" when it comes to commenting more than needed and that "there is always the right time for everyone, and that was not the time," regarding journalist Ang Ming Hwa who mistresses Mrs. Woo. He continued to apologize to the reporter and offered him the benefit of the doubt that it was "a one-time mistake." He then asked the reporter to continue writing about the good experiences he had with his brother.
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The post caused more than 3,000 reactions, and many praised the proper upbringing of the Pang brothers.
The problem began when Jaylee Woo and her sister twin Haylee shared footage of journalists who disturbed them to get an interview covering Aloysius's death. The incident quickly switched to social media with people on the Internet such as Xiaxue and Dee Kosha who followed the journalists and identified them as Ang Ming Hwa, Lianhe Zaobao, and Lianhe Wanbao. In addition to the names discovered, the netizens have launched a petition in the hope that a journalist will be prosecuted.