Actor Datuk Adi Putra recently vented his frustration when the date and location for his appointment to receive the Covid-19 vaccine abruptly changed after he registered via the MySejahtera app.
The 40-year-old shared a screenshot of the app on his personal Instagram page yesterday (Monday, 10th May), which shows detailed information on the vaccination appointment.
As seen in the photo shared by him, Adi registered to get vaccinated in Kuala Lumpur on 16th May. However, the system in the application shows that he’s scheduled to receive the jab at the Klinik Kesihatan Pengkalan Kubor in Tumpat, Kelantan on 25th May, much to his dismay.
“The government has failed, seriously failed. I made a vaccination appointment at MySejahtera on 16th May at PWTC at 11:30 am. Today, I opened my MySejahtera (app) and suddenly the date and location changed. I’m staying in KL and not in Kelantan, stupid,” the “KL Gangster” actor furiously remarked.
Many didn’t react too kindly to Adi’s post on social media. Scrolling through the comments section, a lot of netizens reprimanded the language used by him, which was deemed too rude. One commentator wrote, “Datuk, you shouldn’t use that word, even if you’re mad. The MoH is tired of all the work. They’ve done everything. It’s normal, mistakes happen sometimes. That’s just my two cents.”
Apart from that, there were also some who began bringing up Adi (real name Mohamed Hadi Putera Halim)’s Singaporean background and asked him to go back to his home country. Check out some of the comments here:
How would you react if you were Adi?
The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Khairy Jamaluddin appeared to chime in on the issue involving the “Tentang Dhia” actor. In a post on his Twitter account, KJ stated that he didn’t blame Adi for the matter and if he were in his shoes, he would react in a similar manner.
However, based on our checking, the tweet has since been removed by the politician. Check out what he said here:
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