Mun joek pei-soeng-liu bin zoi-wui mou-kei
Is this just this video or is this pronunciation actually in any way widespread, or even another word perhaps?
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It is '门若闭上了 便再会无期'
闭 only has one Cantonese Jyutping /bai3/ , and it is never pronounced as /pei3/ . Wang Jie pronounced it wrong.
譬, 屁, 媲, 嬖 all pronounced as /pei3/, but none of them carry the meaning of 'close'
上 is pronounced as /soeng6/ when it is used as a noun or an adjective
e.g. upper, superior, previous
上 is pronounced as /soeng5/ when it is used as a verb or verb particle indicating direction or achievement
'上' in '闭上' is a verb particle indicating achievement (close shut)
therefore '闭上' is pronounced as /bai3 soeng5/