Whitney Hui’s (許亦妮) recognition levels rose last year after appearing in Inbound Troubles < 老表，你好嘢!> as the sassy Monica D. Despite this, Whitney was dropped from the TVB sequel due to rumors that she acted like a diva on the filming set.
Last year, Whitney’s breakthrough came when she replaced Dada Chan (陳靜) as the lead in nightclub sex film, Lan Kwai Fong 3 <喜愛夜蒲3>, reports Jayne Stars.
Known for her sexy image, Whitney allegedly cozied up to the producers of Lan Kwai Fong, subsequently causing disagreement amongst fellow co-stars, Barbie Xia (夏尉喻), Ava Liu (雨僑), and Connie Man (文凱玲).
Whitney’s diva ways, including fighting for wardrobe items with co-stars, made her unpopular with the cast. Ultimately, her negative rumors in the movie overrode her success in Inbound Troubles, causing her to be dropped from its sequel.
Whitney was previously labelled as a gold digger who reportedly was linked to 13 wealthy men in the past. Whitney was photographed at a bar with Jim Sing (詹勝), grandson of the famous cartoonist, Cheung Lok Ping (張樂平) in August.
Although denying the reports, Whitney’s last target was Andrew Lo (盧啟邦), an executive of Arising Sun Holdings Group Limited. Unfortunately, after the relationship surfaced, it immediately went down the drain.