Naim Daniel may have found himself in trouble after sharing his straightforward post on his Twitter, which was targeted towards insurance agents.
The tweet – which has gained over 22k retweets at the time of writing – also caught the attention of local actor, Hafeez Mikail. In response, the latter came forward to express his disapproval over the 24-year-old’s “inappropriate words”.
As pointed out by Hafeez, the “Purnama” singer should have been more sensitive in wording his statement. “I do agree with Naim’s statements that says ‘Don’t use the late Siti Sarah’s passing as a modal to talk about bequest or insurance’. But I don’t really agree with the words used by him at the end of his statement, which he said, ‘You have lost the humanity in you’,” he told mStar.
The “Hatimu Sedingin Salju” actor then added, “The language is inappropriate and it implies that these insurance agents are evil. I know and believe that Naim is a wise man, so he could have used a more appropriate sentence (in his statement on social media).”
Prior to this, Hafeez, who also works as an insurance agent, took to his Instagram to share a video showing an individual explaining that their actions (in promoting their service) are intended to give awareness to the community. He also responded to Naim’s previous claim on social media by emphasising that they don’t take advantage of other people’s bad situation.
Furthermore, the 29-year-old also pointed out that instead of publicly criticising the insurance agents, Naim should have criticised local influencer Aisar Khaled‘s insensitive action. Hafeez said, “Instead of attacking the insurance agents, whom I don’t see any of them sharing or even making use of the late Sarah’s story, it’s better to criticise things that already took place, rather than things that haven’t even occurred.”
The “Busker” star continued by explaining, “If it’s true that there are insurance agents who take advantage or use inappropriate language involving the matter, I would also take action. Celebs’ opinions plays a big role in this case. Therefore, I really hope he uses a more appropriate language.”
“It’s not that I deliberately wanted to start a fight by uploading the video on my IG, but I just wanted to provide an explanation on the current issue,” Hafeez ended his chat with the news portal.
Update (Friday, 13th August):
Naim Daniel has personally reached out to Hafeez Mikail in hopes to clear the air on all the confusions surrounding the post uploaded on his Twitter. The latter uploaded a screenshot of the conversation he had with the “Anugerah Juara Lagu” winner on his IG Story.
Check out what they said here:
We’re glad to learn that these two celebs are finally reconciled. 😉