It’s been four years since she was blasted for her relationship with married singer Andy Hui, and to Jacqueline Wong, she has become tougher in facing scrutiny since then.

As reported on Mingpao, the actress-turned-singer, who released her second single, “Sandbag” recently, admitted that she used to be very concerned about the criticisms that came her way, and didn’t know how to deal with them.

“But I am more relaxed now. Frankly speaking, no matter how ugly the words I have heard being said about me, it was a cause-and-effect thing, and I can only be myself. Some things cannot be controlled,” she said.

Jacqueline also revealed that it was during that tough period that she decided to adopt a dog, as she was afraid of communicating with other people due to the controversy.

“Whenever I walk the dog, I would chat with other dog owners. Slowly, I was able to move on and came out of the slump,” she said.

At the same time, the singer said that she decided to rise again after seeing how worried her family was of her.

It is noted that “Sandbag” is also co-produced by her boyfriend, RubberBand’s Lai Man Wang.

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