In an earlier article, I wrote about Alien Huang’s unfortunate demise, and how his (then) underground girlfriend, 30-year-old Taiwanese dancer/model Wu Hanqun, had sacrificed her identity to pen a heartfelt eulogy to her deceased boyfriend.
The message has since been liked over 892K times on social media platform Instagram.
In the eulogy, Wu revealed that she broke their agreement, and in the process gone public with their relationship, as “it is too painful”.
She also stated that they have been dating for the past year and a half.
In the midst of the message, she said that Huang once told her that they should not get married.
“Why?” she asked.
“This way, you would not have to take any responsibility if anything happens to me in the future,” he replied.
“You can marry someone else with a clean slate.”
And though the meaning was ambiguous at best at the time…
It seems that what Huang truly meant has now been unveiled.
Alien Huang’s GF Said He Didn’t Want to Marry Because of a Hereditary Illness Unrelated to his Death
According to Taiwanese Media, Huang’s sister has come out with a shocking revelation:
The deceased actor-host was actually diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease (PKD) eight years ago.
For those unaware, PKD is a hereditary illness in which clusters of cysts form within the kidneys, causing them to increase in size and lose function over time.
The disease is reportedly incurable, and can only be slowed down by medication.
Apparently, Huang was so concerned that he will have to undergo dialysis in his later years due to his condition…
That he ultimately chose not to tie the knot with his girlfriend, in a bid to spare her any potential pain and suffering.
Who’s cutting the damn onions?
The multi-talented television personality had reportedly slipped near the bathroom, and was later found by his own father in an unconscious state, with external injuries on his head.
It was later revealed that he had died to an aortic dissection, a condition where the aorta (blood vessel) branching off from the heart tears.
According to reports, Huang’s medical checkup last year revealed no serious, life-threatening health conditions and even in death, his expression was calm and peaceful, as though he was simply taking a nap.
The autopsy doctor told reporters that because the condition struck hard and fast, even if there was someone beside him when it happened, it would be “very hard” to save his life.
Apparently, when Huang’s body was found, he had already passed away for some time because his body had shown signs of rigour mortis.
According to 8 Days, Wu, a cheerleader of Taiwanese baseball team CTBC Brothers, had been filming lifestyle show Queen when news of her boyfriend’s death broke.
When she learnt of the news, she was reportedly so affected that she broke down on the spot.
The shoot had to be put on hold.
According to the report, she left the TV station soon after.
Since the sudden passing of the Taiwanese singer-actor, family, friends and fans alike have been stuck in absolute grief.
Tributes have also poured in from various countries’ entertainment industries, with “Already Famous” director Michelle Chong leading the online tributes to Huang.
After his passing, Chong shared a photo collage of the pair with the accompanying caption:
“Unbelievable. You will always be the first leading man in my life. RIP.”
Rest in peace, Huang, and thank you for all you have brought to our entertainment industries.
You’ll be missed.
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