If you’ve been keeping up with Nur Sajat‘s drama, then you’re no stranger to the controversies she has with the public and police.
Even though she’s been gone for several months after being hunted by the authorities, the queer entrepreneur has been active in posting updates on her official Instagram account.
Last evening (Wednesday, 14th April), Sajat responded to the internet trolls who have been criticising her religious faith. “Some people feel like they’re more superior, as if they have not sinned. Most of them are ‘munafik’ (hypocrites)!! They are the devils in disguise. It’s a true story y’all!!” she wrote on the post.
The “Bobo Di Mana” songstress also uploaded an edited video of herself dressed as Princess Elsa from the Disney movie “Frozen”, where she proclaims that she will rise above all the controversial episodes involving her. In addition, Sajat also appeared to clap back at the haters who constantly threw hateful comments at her.
Prior to this, the 35-year-old received a massive amount of backlash from local netizens after she shared a Reels video of herself exercising. In this case, most of them argued that the queer personality didn’t respect the fasting month due to her suggestive choice of outfit.
On the other hand, there were also some who suggested for fellow IG users to either mute Sajat’s account or to stop following her on social media. As suggested, there’s no point in bashing and criticising the entrepreneur as most of their remarks would be ignored by her. In fact, it will only reduce their rewards for fasting.
At the end of the day, you should just do you and not worry about other people’s baggage.