She's not going anywhere: 'Zoe Tay’s retirement' is fake news, says Mediacorp
Regarding the online assertions, a police report will be filed on the actress’ behalf.
Mediacorp has issued a statement clarifying that actress Zoe Tay has no plans to retire.
This is in response to online articles and social media posts saying that the 50-year-old is retiring.
Tay herself posted on her personal Instagram account yesterday, assuring her followers that the news was fake.
In the statement, she said, “I would like to thank everyone for their concern, but I would like to state that I am not retiring. I really enjoy my work and have no desire to retire. The news of my retirement is completely fabricated and I believe my fans will not fall for it. I am currently holidaying with my family overseas and this has not affected my mood. I look forward to my next project upon my return. I would also like to remind the public to read news with discernment. We must learn to read news carefully and seek clarification from credible sources when necessary.”
The actress is in Japan on vacation and will return to filming in January.
The statement added that Mediacorp will be filing a police report on Zoe’s behalf, and is also working closely with Facebook and Instagram to remove fake sponsored posts of Zoe’s “retirement”.