Local rapper Caprice caused quite a commotion on social media early on when he publicly vowed that he will never return to Malaysia if the government doesn’t change in the near future.
For those wondering, the celeb had expressed his thoughts on the ongoing issues surrounding the political turmoil in Malaysia during an IG Live session with actor Sharnaaz Ahmad last month.
In light of the recent news regarding the Malaysian political scene, one of his followers left a question in the comments section on Caprice (real name Ariz Ramli)’s Instagram account. The user, @a.saliza_02, asked Caprice, “Looks like the government will be changing tomorrow. Are you planning to come back to Malaysia?”
In response to the netizen’s question, the “Abang Nak Tegur” jam-maker wrote, “Hahaha. Please, hopefully it’s not true. I hate being right all the time.”
Recently, the whole country was shocked when it was revealed that Tan Sri Mahiaddin Mohd Yassin had officially tendered his resignation as the 8th Prime Minister in an official statement issued by the palace. That being said, it is possible that a new government will be formed soon.
In a statement posted on IG Story, Caprice predicted that former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein will be taking over Mahiaddin’s place as the 9th Prime Minister. He briefly wrote, “@hishammuddinhussein will be the new Prime Minister of Malaysia.”
According to the 33-year-old, the selection was made based on his expectations and observations, to which he saw Hishammuddin as a suitable candidate based on the ‘world agenda’. Apart from the minister, Caprice also named Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as a possible candidate who could be taking over the position.
Apart from the two aforesaid political figures, Caprice also named Gua Musang Member of Parliament, Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah (or Ku Li) as his preferred candidate, based on seniority factors.
Source: Oh my media.