It's nice to see couples being supportive of one another.
She took to Twitter Tuesday morning, saying:
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So far, Nike has made it clear that they will continue to have Tiger as one of their spokes-douches and now, Tag Heuer is saying the same. The CEO of Tag Heuer, Jean-Christophe Babin, has revealed that his company isn't looking to abandon Tiger anytime soon, though how much time he has left is debatable. He explained that Tiger's ads have been scaled back in "the countries where the issue is quite sensitive," including the United States.
We are such a modest nation.
However, there are other places in the world where Tiger is still quite revered, for his work on and off the green. Jean-Christophe explained that in China, Tiger is still very popular as "by tradition, yoursuccess is measured by your number of mistresses."
Well then, Tiger could be the new Emperor! Maybe that's where he should have gone for rehab!