27 Jun – Miriam Yeung has nothing more to comment on her decision to remove her previous Instagram post mourning the death of a certain anti-extradition bill protester.
As reported on Mingpao, the singer, who previously shared a black and white image with the word "RIP" on social media following news of the death of a 35-year-old protester who was involved in the march, sparked anger among Hong Kong netizens who accused her of bowing to the Chinese government when she deleted the post soon after.
Some even threatened to throw her music albums into the dumpster.
When asked about it following her concert in Macau, Miriam turned serious as she responded, "This matter has already passed. I don't want to respond to it again. The only thing I want to say is that I have always been Miriam Yeung. People who know me will understand."
She also declined to express whether she is worried about the incident, saying that time will tell.
"I have faced a lot of things in life. I hope everybody can have a better life as well," she said.
(Photo Source: Miriam Yeung Facebook)