Actress of Kindred Spirit, Celine Ma, Attacked By Protestors In Hong Kong Till She Bleeds

Image: TVB

Hong Kong hasn’t been the safest place as of late.

I’m sure we’ve all heard of the riots taking place, and how people should generally avoid visiting the country.

In the midst of all this, people always have different stances on the situation.

Regardless of what we think, I do believe that violence shouldn’t ever be the answer to any disagreement, though situations can get out of hand.

Celebrities aren’t exempt too.

Actress Attacked

Unfortunately for Celine Ma, she was one of those in the crossfire.

The actress should really just say that she’s buying diapers, but anyways.

The Hong Kong actress had previously made her pro-China stance known in a social media post.

Bad idea.

If you note the number of angry reactions in the post, a fair amount of people do disagree with her.

According to an article done by Hong Kong Free Press, Ma was taking photos of protestors vandalising Bank of China ATMs.

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Another bad idea.

What ensued was recorded in the YouTube video below.

Warning: video contains acts of violence and real blood, do proceed at your own risk.

If you didn’t watch it but are a little curious, I’ll give you a brief rundown.

Ma got into a scuffle with some of the protestors and one even proceeded to spray her.

She tried to retaliate but the protestors fought back, one even punching her and causing her mouth to bleed.

Luckily one a nearby reporter helped her up and brought her to Mong Kok police station, where she spoke to the media.

Aside from spraying and hitting her, Ma also mentioned that her phone was broken but managed to retrieve it afterwards.

Image: TVB

You can see that she’s bleeding pretty heavily from her mouth.

In an article written by The Star, TVB actors, who have voiced backing for the demonstrations, are said to have been given the cold shoulder by their employer.

I couldn’t imagine what that could mean for someone’s career.

Having disagreements are understandable, but remember that hurting others is never the solution.

Once again, if anyone I pray for your safety if you need to go to Hong Kong during these trying times.

And to all my friends living there, stay strong. I hope everyone can get through this and go back to the way things were.