Football icon, David Beckham spent time in Shanghai and Hong Kong, a territory of China during the weekend for promotional purposes. He wrote on his Facebook page that he had a “Great 48 hours in China”. To his surprise, fans quickly called his attention correcting him that it’s not Hongkong but China. Others say something else.
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[VIDEO]: ‘They are totally different!’: David Beckham sparks furious backlash from fans in Hong Kong as he gushes over great holiday in ‘China’
Beckham probably thought he was just sharing some harmless, pleasant content when he posted a silent video of some of the scenery in Hong Kong on Saturday, but all hell broke lose when he captioned the clip, “Great 48 hours in China.” Read story here: http://elitedaily.com/entertainment/celebrity/david-beckham-fb-post-china/1843316/
The usually dapper athlete also grimaced in the photo, revealing a set of yellowed, damaged teeth. Beckham’s fans were quick to react to his incredible makeover, with some praising the stage makeup and others exclaiming in disgust. Here’s more: http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/david-beckham-reveals-shocking-transformation-for-film-cameo-w474042
Look in King Arthur
The notoriously groomed star took to Instagram to share a seflie with his fans – though his face was dominated by a graphic scar. In the shocking snap David’s face is almost unrecognisable as his left side is completely scarred. Rushing to express their concern, one fan wrote: “What happened? Check here: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/showbiz/600740/David-Beckham-face-scar-Instagram-King-Arthur
Hongkong Belongs to China
Some people responded to the sportsman after he changed the caption by pointing out that Hongkong is indeed part of China. Many said that he should not have rectified his message. Not only that, his disfigured image on Instagram for his role in King Arthur is also attacked. He’s just popular no matter what he does!