It’s safe to assume that Nur Sajat (real name Muhammad Sajjad Kamaruzzaman) is carefully treading her current predicament in light of the recent commotion caused.
Though the 36-year-old queer figure is no stranger when it comes to receiving backlash from cybernauts, her recent controversy in which she performed umrah while dressing in female clothing has in turn sparked an ongoing hot debate nationwide.
Despite the heavy criticisms, she updated her fans with a few photos on her Instagram. “In the name of Allah, the Most Compassionate and the Most Merciful. Ya Allah, forgive me. I bow down to you my Lord,” the famed entrepreneur wrote on one of the posts. As at time of writing, the photo above has received over 20,000 likes online.
Another photo shows the “Makhluk Penggoda” singer wearing a telekung (women’s prayer garment), sitting next to her mother. The caption reads, “Alhamdulillah, all the good things came from Allah. (And) all the bad things came from us.” The comments section has been disabled by Sajat, most likely to avoid further slams from netizens.
As reported by Murai, Nur Sajat and the gang will be returning to our shores tomorrow (Friday, 7th February).