In recent days, the scandal related to the mother and daughter Phi Nhung – Ho Van Cuong has made the public very interested. Especially when pictures related to the life of him and his parents on Ho Chi Minh City are posted, people are asking a lot of questions about the life of Ho Van Cuong and his adoptive mother.
Ho Van Cuong has an older sister named Ho Thi Xuyen, who is currently living in Go Cong (Tien Giang) with her husband and two children. Recently, this older sister had an interview with Zing News to share about life.
Ms. Xuyen said that her husband’s house is quite far from her biological parents’ house, so she can only visit her home a few times a year. The current life is just enough to eat, not rich.
In the dry season, Cuong’s brother-in-law, Be, drives a tricycle to carry goods, and Cuong’s sister sells flowers with her mother-in-law.
In the rainy season, the couple struggled to earn a living. Be went to smash the rubble and then sell the iron to make money. She collects bottles, sells lottery tickets…
“I do all kinds of jobs. Whoever hires to do it, is not afraid to work hard. Once, when I went to collect bottles at the beginning of the alley, someone recognized that it was Ho Van Cuong’s sister. They said, ‘Does the singer’s sister have to go pick up bottles too?’”, Ms. Xuyen shared.
She said that about every 3 months, she drives to the city to visit her mother and sister. Every time she went, she had to ask permission first from Phi Nhung. Compared to 5 years ago, Ms. Xuyen noticed that her younger brother was growing taller and more mature in thought. Ms. Xuyen said she was happy because Cuong had grown up and lived a different life with her.
In the eyes of his brother-in-law, Ho Van Cuong is the younger brother who, although secretive, always loves and helps his sister. He said Cuong’s life was also miserable, unable to judge from the outside.
Sharing about the situation of his wife’s parents in Ho Chi Minh City, Mr. Be said that the last time he met, his wife’s parents were still healthy. Currently, his father-in-law is working as a security guard at a vegetarian restaurant, while his mother-in-law helps at Phi Nhung’s house.
“Parents of the wife are gentle and love their children, but they are not as wise as other people. Having lived in the city for many years, but her parents still have the same personality as before, unchanged,” said Xuyen’s husband.
In the face of recent market failures, Ho Van Cuong’s husband and wife just hope that their brother has good health to pass the upcoming exam.