In this case, Asyraf along with his wife, Tya Adnan, were heavily criticised for “making use” of the spotlight surrounding his baby brother to attract the public to their social media for content.
“I swear, I think Asyraf (Khalid) is very rude. It’s common sense for you not to upload someone’s newborn photo on social media, regardless if he’s your step-sibling or what. Even TokTi didn’t upload a full frontal face picture like that,” Twitter user @Aimimiloma expressed.
The netizen then added in another thread, “He even came up with a full vlog and uploaded it on Tya’s channel. Are you kidding me? Good Lord. I’m not sure if this is considered another level of clout chasing.” Based on our finding, however, the video in question is no longer available on the Indonesian celeb’s official YouTube account.
In response to an IG user who questioned about his action, Asyraf clarified that he had already asked his dad Datuk K prior to posting the photo. The Twitter user didn’t react too kindly to Asyraf’s answer, though. “So, why did he delete my comment? Is it because he didn’t even ask TokTi in the first place?” he remarked.
Previously, the 28-year-old businessman received backlash from loyal fans of the “Siapa Tak Mahu” singer when he set up an Instagram account for Siti’s first child, Siti Aafiyah, after she was born in 2018. He apparently did so without even consulting his family members.