Teresa Kok is still sidestepping the ‘identity’ of the plump woman wearing the diamond rings who appeared in the controversial CNY video that she produced.
The local actress who played the role of Datin Diamond told police that her character in the video is modelled after Lydia Shum, the late Hong Kong comedienne.
Meanwhile Teresa claims that her video is a “political satire” made just for laughs. Well if her video is indeed political humour, then it begs the question — Why lampoon Lydia, who not only has been deceased for 6 years, but furthermore has nothing to do with Malaysian politics?
Lousy.engineer commented @ 2014/02/12 at 8:07 pm that Lydia Shum’s image cannot be divorced from her black, butterfly wing glasses.
Above is a photo montage of the Hong Kong icon from young to old, and you can see that Lydia’s black spectacles is a consistent feature of her look.
Lim Ching Miau who acted in Teresa’s feng shui skit has declared that she was imitating Lydia. If she was, how could Lim omit to wear the Lydia signature spectacles? And neither is her hairstyle like the one Lydia has immortalized (see caricature).
And his favourite veginatable too
This is the problem with the DAP evangelistas — their utter sliminess in cooking up false justifications.
Kalau nak mengejek Rosmah pun, m’gaku aje lah. After all, it’s not against the law to take the mickey out of public figures. Tapi dema memang stail baling batu sorok tangan.
Take my blog, for example. I’m not evasive about who Menteri Kangkung is. Or Kura-kura.
But the evangelistas … what kind of people are they?