Hong Kong Leader’s Daughter Has Epic Facebook Meltdown, Leaves Home Forever

[Update 3-16-15 11:13 p.m. PST] After Chai Yan Leung made her posts on Facebook, her page was deactivated. Shortly after, it reappeared with new posts and allegations from Leung. Her Facebook is currently deactivated again. Press has also surrounded the government’s house following the posts.

When it comes to stress, money doesn’t mean shit. That’s the lesson we picked up from Chai Yan Leung’s, the eccentric daughter of Hong Kong’s chief executive, most recent Facebook meltdown, following an alleged parental scuffle that ended with “Leaving Home Forever.”

We here at Nextshark aren’t strangers to Chai Yan’s antics or exploits — life is always a little more exciting when we have things to gossip about, right? And while she may have threatened to sue us once (honestly, no hard feelings there), what she doesn’t know is that she, like all celebrities, lets us explore a side of life we can’t experience (for better or worse) but can still relate to. Like, for example, when we fight with our parents and feel like leaving home forever — except only if we were super rich.

It all started about an hour ago when Chai (can we call you Chai?) posted this status on Facebook that definitely warrants a (╯︵╰,) :

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The Chinese, what we assume to be Honk Kong-styled cursing, (very) roughly translates to: “You are stupid. You are a slut. You should go be a hooker.”

Then Chai makes the first of some very emotionally-driven wishes.

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chai yan 4 I mean, pretty much every kid wishes this at some point in their life, amiright? 

Then things start to get dark.

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The Chinese characters refer to the Government House, where Hong Kong’s chief executive lives — fortunately, it only has three stories max. There’s always a way out Chai, like, you could come to Los Angeles! 

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On the brightest note, this would make for great reality TV (Chai, have you considered Vine?), but on the sadder note, we are all the products of how we were raised.

But hey, it’s pretty awesome when you can go, “Peace mothaf*ckas!!” and fly to wherever you want. What good are bad parents anyway aside from their money?

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And so Chai Yan decided to leave the nest, to spread her wings to … whatever random outbound flight you choose? Chai, where will you go? Have you seen the movie “Gone Girl”? Is this your own version? Please let us know!

P.S.: We wish you the best!


Feature Image via HK Magazine

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