Ken Jeong Films Himself Convincing Bros to Watch ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Instead of ‘The Meg’

Ken Jeong Films Himself Convincing Bros to Watch ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Instead of ‘The Meg’

August 20, 2018
If Ken Jeong isn’t saving lives during a stand-up show, he and director Jon M. Chu are convincing people to watch “Crazy Rich Asians” instead of going to watch “The Meg” in theaters.
The 49-year-old actor and former physician managed to “convince” three young men to watch “Crazy Rich Asians” in which he plays Goh Wye Mun, Goh Peik Lin’s (Awkwafina) father.
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I didn’t bribe these kids. Just relax,” he said as Chu films the whole encounter.
“These are my sons,” the comedian jokingly pointed them out as they all laugh in the background, “And I have convinced my sons to watch ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ right?”
Two of the three young men even tore their “The Meg” tickets as the director films the whole hilarious encounter.
I didn’t bribe them. No I didn’t pay them $20 each. Just everyone, relax.”
Feature Image via Instagram / jonmchu
      Bryan Ke

      Bryan Ke is a Reporter for NextShark




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