Malaysian singer Baby Shima expressed her frustration towards celebrity entrepreneur Dato’ Aliff Syukri with his recent action of criticising her.

The issue between the two started way back when the “Roadblock Hatiku” singer left a comment on Dato’ Aliff’s post, sharing her own opinion regarding his new single “Abang Cowokku” featuring Indonesian singers Lucinta Luna as well as Upiak Usil.

Source: Instagram

According to mStar, Baby Shima (real name Nor Ashima Ramli) explained her dissatisfaction towards Dato’ Aliff’s latest single, which was trending on YouTube Malaysia. However, the 32-year-old took it the hard way when the news came out.

He then posted a screenshot of the news and allegedly mocked her for being eliminated earlier in a singing reality show. For the uninitiated, Shima competed in D’Academy Awards Asia in Indonesia in 2017. She was also infamous for the “Ada nampak mummy happy?” scene with fellow Malaysian singer Mas Idayu.

In addition to that, Dato’ Aliff also posted a 3-minute video commenting on his ongoing controversy with the up-and-coming dangdut singer. In the video, he also featured footages of Baby Shima during the competition and also the part when she was confronted by Mas Idayu.

Check out the full video below:

Shima has responded to the whole situation by posting a video of herself commenting on Dato’ Aliff’s reactions online. According to the 27-year-old, “You want to sue? Go ahead, it doesn’t affect me at all. I’m not afraid. I am not guilty in this matter. I don’t understand, you were the one who asked for honest opinion about your singing. I gave my opinion, and suddenly you became mad about it.”

Her followers have left mixed reactions toward her recent post. While some praised her for doing the right thing and showed their support, others advised her to just ignore him. There are those who also feel that the feud between them is merely a marketing strategy.

What do you think of the feud? Do you agree with Baby Shima’s opinion? Or do you think they’re both playing us with their supposed “feud”?

Sources: Gempak, MSN, Media Hiburan.

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