In her IG Story post, the 26-year-old fashion model “announced” that she will have her tubes tied in case she gives birth to a pair of twins. For real, though?
During a Q&A session on her Instagram, a netizen prompted a question about what if Alicia is pregnant with twins. The former “Asia’s Next Top Model” contestant responded, “If I get pregnant with twins I’ll give birth, ‘close shop’, tie my tubes and have the amazing privilege of getting 2 children in my pregnancy and never have anymore kids,” along with an ROFL emoji.
According to Hello Doktor (via Murai), tubal ligation – also known as tubal cauterisation or tubal sterilisation – is a form of permanent of birth control. During this procedure, the fallopian tubes will be cut, tied or blocked to prevent pregnancy for a permanent period of time.
Many netizens were surprisingly unbothered by her decision, as they argued that Alicia is entitled to her life choices. To quote IG user @chekjune, “It’s up to her whether she wants to tie it, glue it, slash or even cut it. I’m not a fan of her. I only know her as a nude model. She’s a Muslim but she doesn’t act like one.”
A few other social media commentators also left amusing remarks as well, claiming that they’re not familiar with the outspoken public figure. Check out some of the comments that we got online here:
In another news about Alicia and Farzan, the lovely duo recently made their appearance in an interview with Astro Gempak’s online show called “Lancaang Bethol”. During the chat, the couple recalled the time when Farzan received a hateful comment from an online troll. “Someone said to my husband, ‘Congratulations, you are a new dog,” the “The Bridge” actress was quoted as saying.
The medical doctor gave the best response in shutting the haters down! “I just said, ‘Woof, woof (barking sound),” Farzan said in the clip. His wife then chimed in by commenting, “Keep on bashing. If that thing gives you satisfaction, make you sleep well at night, if God wills, I will allow your criticisms. Do what you feel you need to do.
“We all make mistakes. People who have done a lot of wrongful acts in the past, probably in the future, be better than anybody else. Who knows?” Alicia concluded the interview.
Watch the full video here:
We love the positive spirit, Alicia!