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Celebs behaving badly

Snapshots of local celebrities Fiona Xie and Utt kissing made a STOMP reader feel
indignant enough to signal his disapproval of their perceived "misbehaviour" in public.

STOMP reported that the reader, Ming, felt strongly that the actress and her friend, MTV host Utt, should be more careful of how they carry themselves in public.

In his email to STOMP, he commented:
"These are photos of Fiona Xie and Utt circulating on the net. Should celebrites be responsible with how they conduct themselves or should they be free to express themselves like the rest?"

Meanwhile, other STOMP readers are more forgiving of the pair, saying that Ming has over-reacted, and that celebrities are human too and should be allowed their own space, even in public.

Some others have also said that the kissing pair are no different from other couples who openly express their affections for each other in public.

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readers' comments
Our artiste are just so conservative ... maybe due to the conservative crowd ... they are targeting too ... maybe we ought to "go easy" with the type of image that have to "pretend" ...

Too much pretending ... is also not good for us ... :D
Posted by Twister2 on Thu, 2 Jul 2009 at 13:28 PM
Alamak, what wrong with kissing in public. Perhaps Ming should move to Afganistan and live with the Talebans who share his values.
Posted by people on Mon, 9 Mar 2009 at 13:39 PM
Fiona and Utt snapped kissing??? So what? Alamak... like got no other news?? U should see the worse things that girls at parties can do...
Posted by noiar on Sun, 8 Mar 2009 at 23:31 PM
Celebrities are role models (whether they like it or not) to the society, especially the younger generation. Sluttish & fetish behaviour is not going to be tolerated by many.......
Posted by slumdog2009 on Sun, 8 Mar 2009 at 18:48 PM
Ming is one jealous little kid

so what is fiona & utt r F-ing?
Posted by DrShaggy on Sun, 8 Mar 2009 at 09:10 AM
Ming the busy body, you have nothing else to do?

Wake up this is the real world what's wrong with two adults (celebrity or not who cares)kissing in public.

You should consider migrating to the north pole, then again even there you will be complaining of Polar bears and Penguins Fxxking in public. Only alternative is buy a box (aka coffin) and hide in it, the the world wont bother you and you wont bother the world
Posted by micky2008 on Sat, 7 Mar 2009 at 13:49 PM
The fact that this is even "news" or something to be discussed is crazy! It's people like Ming that make Singapore a sick place to live. I'm glad not all Singaporeans are as narrow minded as Ming. It's just a kiss. They are not banging each other in public for crying out loud.

WTF Ming? Get a life.
Posted by mugenisking on Sat, 7 Mar 2009 at 13:27 PM
Ming belongs in the Middle East and that's that. I don't blame him.
Its the ****ing media that's the problem. They always bring this kind of attention to the public and of course people react. What did you expect? The photos were on the internet but it is always the ****ing media that made it big thing. Isn't that what happened with Edison Chen??

These ****ers always give opinions about stockmarkets, commodities, financials, and they have been dead wrong many times. They always play up to the public's sentiment. ****ers also always ask expert opinions on the news from experts such as George Soros, Jim Rogers, etc. But when these experts give their opinions, these mother****ers media people wanna arguement back?...If they already know, why they ask???

****ing Assholes...they are ones who should be sodomised bigtime.
Posted by Cheiro23 on Sat, 7 Mar 2009 at 12:11 PM
And what is wrong with celebrities kissing in public? Haven't we seen couples making out and kissing at East Coast Park and other secluded areas?
Posted by Pushkin62 on Sat, 7 Mar 2009 at 09:48 AM
reader, Ming is the kind of Singaporean that kill off population growth. If there is proper privacy laws in Singapore, STOMPers will be hauled to courts.Is this what Singapore has become?
Posted by JackChen on Sat, 7 Mar 2009 at 09:38 AM

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