A video went viral online over the weekend, showing a founder of a beauty product, Dato’ Seri Eein, being splashed with a glass of syrup by another male customer at a famous Nasi Dagang restaurant in Shah Alam.

The man was believed to be angry at the young entrepreneur for causing disturbance to other diners at the eatery. Many fans have in turn slammed the customer over his rude actions. He has since apologised after facing tons of backlash from the public.

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Despite the heated backlash, there were also a few who claimed that the incident was completely planned and scripted from the very beginning. This came from Facebook user, Nurwati Hussin. In this case, the netizen claimed that each of the individuals involved in the incident have known each other.

She further added that the owner of the restaurant, known as Honeysa Husna, had also appeared in the supposed-victim’s live video in the past. On the other hand, the man, Ridhuan Wan, had previously posted a review of the restaurant’s food on his social media.

Source: Siakap Keli

Some also argued that Eein was splashed by red paint and not syrup. As pointed out by Twitter user Bunga (@flwrprncss_), the colour of the beverage was so concentrated. Others also argued that the live broadcast session was still carrying on during the intense altercation.

Interestingly, even local rapper-turned-influencer Caprice argued that the incident was simply “fake”. Here’s his take on the issue:

 

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Syrup 😑

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Following the shocking revelation, Dato’ Seri Eein (full name Muhammad Solihin Abdullah)’s Facebook account has been deactivated as at the time of writing. Marketing gimmick or not, it’s up to you guys to decide.

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