It looks like food really has the power to bring people together, even those with strained relationships.
Not long after Macau casino king Stanley Ho passed away, all kinds of juicy stories about the drama surrounding his huge family — which consists of his four wives and their collective 17 children, 12 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren — started popping up. After all, people love reading about rich people problems.
One of the rumours involved Mario Ho, Stanley’s youngest son with his fourth wife Angela Leong, and Laurinda Ho, the younger daughter of Stanley and his third wife Ina Chan. The half-siblings were suspected to have fallen out after they were found to have unfollowed each other on Instagram, which, you know, is a popular way of gauging whether two people like each other or not in this day and age.