The government has recently announced that the creative industry will reopen to fully vaccinated Malaysians beginning Thursday (9th September) in states with Phase One status under the National Recovery Plan. The news was welcomed with great joy by the members of the creative industry whose jobs have majorly been halted due to the series of lockdowns and MCOs.
However, another issue arises as many entertainment people are concerned with celebrities who refuse to get vaccinated, worrying that these individuals will cause trouble in the future. Due to her unvaccinated status, local celebrity and actress Rita Rudaini revealed that she has been accused of violating the SOPs by attending a shooting event.
Feeling upset with the claim, Rita came forward to share that the allegation came from among her celebrity friends. She stressed that she is still at home doing activities as opposed to the accusation made by certain individuals.
“Some industry friends accused me. They said I went for a shoot. I am not vaccinated. They have caused a commotion now. Relax, I’m at home, I didn’t go anywhere. I am cooking and cleaning the house,” she wrote.
Rita has recently taken to her Instagram to share that some of her industry friends claimed that she went for filming despite not being vaccinated. Not taking any heed of the allegations, the actress remarked that she believes in sustenance provided by God and she doesn’t mind if her name is dropped from any work, even if it’s a 100-episode drama due to her vaccination status.
“I believe in the sustenance that has been set by God. Even if my name is dropped from a 100 episode drama, I am okay. Because for me, Allah SWT has written so. I always thought well of Him and He never disappoints His servants,” her Instagram Story read.
According to the “Mami Jarum” actress, due to the baseless allegations, her name has become the talk of the town thus inviting multiple reactions from the public. Previously, Rita’s name became the talk of netizens on social media when a user uploaded a screenshot of her InstaStory showing the actress boiling cloves, a popular so-called ‘remedy’ for Covid-19.