Huang Zijiao has been in hiding for 102 days since the scandal broke out. In addition to starting to grow a beard, his face and stomach have also gained a lot of weight. (Picture/photo taken from Huang Zijiao’s Facebook)
Since it was revealed in June that Huang Zijiao was involved in the MeToo incident, he has been suspended for nearly five months, with an estimated loss of about 16.4 million yuan. Recently, he has been criticized for his appearance of putting on weight and growing a beard. He took his wife and daughter to the Taipei Fine Arts Museum for an outing. From time to time, he attracted the attention of passers-by and turned heads a lot.
According to a report by Yiping News, after Huang Zijiao was involved in a sexual harassment scandal and publicly apologized, he finally appeared in hiding for 102 days. On November 15, he was directly spotted by the public and appeared at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, accompanied by Meng Gengru and Xiao Yu. Huang Zijiao was wearing a black and red jacket, a yellow backpack, and couple’s shoes with Meng Gengru. He wore a peaked cap on his head, presumably to cover his hair loss, and his face and belly were obviously rounded, giving him a strong uncle look.
While visiting the exhibition, Huang Zijiao took out his cell phone from time to time to take pictures of his daughter. Then when he went to the cafe next door to dine, Huang Zijiao took off his mask and had a beard on his face. He was dressed so conspicuously that people passing by couldn’t help but turn their heads. Take a look to confirm if it is Huang Zijiao himself.
During the meal, Huang Zijiao did not forget to divide the work and cooperate. As a competent baby daddy, he first held his daughter on his lap to feed her, letting Meng Gengru concentrate on eating first. After the meal, he also helped his daughter tidy up her appearance. Then the family of three went to the parking lot to pick up the car, and Huang Zijiao drove a Mercedes-Benz SUV with an asking price of 3.46 million yuan back to his residence in Zhongshan District. Although the trip was short, it could be regarded as the end of his 102 days of secluded life.