More distance themselves from Singapore's Loh cousins behind Newcastle bid after Obama photo controversy

Actor and host Allan Wu said that he ended his partnership with Novena Global Lifecare, and is no longer an ambassador or involved with the group anymore.
Actor and host Allan Wu said that he ended his partnership with Novena Global Lifecare, and is no longer an ambassador or involved with the group anymore. PHOTO: NOVENA GLOBAL LIFECARE

SINGAPORE - More individuals and organisations have distanced themselves from the Bellagraph Nova (BN) Group, which has come under fire for questionable marketing material including doctored images of former US president Barack Obama.

The company - co-founded by Singaporean cousins Nelson Loh and Terence Loh and Chinese businesswoman Evangeline Shen - was thrust into the spotlight when it placed a bid for English Premier League football club Newcastle United on Aug 15.

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