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At 25 o'clock in the afternoon on the 4th, Liu Xiang announced on his personal Weibo that he had divorced his wife Ge Tian due to disagreements. In the early morning of the next day, Ge Tian, ​​who had returned to Beijing from Shanghai, showed up at the Capital Airport. His eyes were red and swollen. He didn't say a word in the face of media inquiries. He just choked up the whole process. The staff beside him encouraged and comforted: Don't be afraid, kid.

Liu Xiang and Ge Tian had a flash marriage in September 2014, but they rarely shared the same stage publicly after their marriage, and there were no traces of their love on Weibo. There have long been rumors that the two married and separated from each other, but both sides denied this. Until 9:6 pm yesterday (June 25), Liu Xiang announced on his personal Weibo that he and Ge Tian had ended their marriage due to disagreements, and hoped that each would have a better life in the future.

After Liu Xiang's Weibo was posted, the media called Ge Tian himself, and the other party choked up and claimed that everything is subject to Liu Xiang's statement. In a screenshot of a suspected response by Ge Tian himself, Ge Tian seemed to point out that “the lover who can be robbed is not a lover, and the grievances that can be said are not grievances.” The remarks seemed to imply that the two of them were wronged. Marriage is suspected of encountering outside interference.

In the early morning of June 6, Ge Tian arrived in Beijing from Shanghai, and his eyes were red and swollen when he appeared at the Capital Airport. Faced with the media's questioning whether his remarks were suggestive, Ge Tian didn't say a word, but choked all the way, even crying bitterly when he was emotional. From time to time, the staff patted back and comforted: Don't be afraid, kid.

Article reprinted from Sina Entertainment


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