These past few weeks, there have been talks among the internet community regarding the sexual harassment (allegedly) issue involving a well-known Muslim preacher named, Ebit Lew.
The scandal began dominating the headlines recently after several NSFW photos and videos resembling the said individual went viral online. This ongoing commotion surrounding the hot controversy has also prompted Caprice to spill more tea about the situation.
Caprice (real name Ariz Ramli) uploaded a statement on his IG Story, saying, “We warned him before, don’t play around in the Holy Land. In the end, it will backfire on you. People were calling me crazy back then. Now who’s the one going insane?” accompanied with a link to Firdaus Wong’s Telegram page.
In related news, the rapper-turned-entrepreneur took to his Instagram last night to share a video of him meeting Sharnaaz Ahmad. If you recall, a feud sparked between the two celebs after the latter appeared to have mocked him in one of his IG Live sessions with Shukri Yahaya. However, the case was immediately settled after the “Darah Panas” actor issued a public apology afterwards.
The “Abang Nak Tegur” jam-maker recently posted a video of him, Sharnaaz, and a few other individuals talking and eating at a restaurant. Both of them were seen laughing together, thus confirming to netizens that both of them have officially reconciled.
Meanwhile, in his most recent update on social media, Firdaus Wong has urged for those who have been following his Telegram channel to stop spreading lewd images and photos of the preacher on the page. He relayed, “Please do not promote or share indecent videos. Don’t ask your friends to watch the videos.”
“It’s already enough that we have watched (the video) for our investigation, before handing it over to the authorities for further action. It is illegal to distribute pornographic pictures or videos,” the 36-year-old further added. Subsequently, Firdaus revealed that he had decided to close the comments section of his Telegram channel.
According to him, “I decided to delete all the chats on my telegram channel because it had strayed from the original objective. We’re fighting for the ‘Amar Makruf Nahi Mungkar (Enjoining the good and forbidding the bad) but not in a bad way. We are fighting to seek the pleasure of God, and not behind the wrath of God.”
“If there are those who want to leave the channel because there is not enough room to leave their messages, then that’s their right to do so. Let us all increase the level of our piety to Allah Subhana Wa Ta’ala,” Firdaus continued. He then revealed that he didn’t manage to deactivate the replies section on his channel, due to its high number of followers.
That being said, Firdaus has since limited the comments on his Telegram page. Additionally, he revealed that he recently conducted a meeting session with the victims involved as well as their family members via Google Meet.
“They shower us with words of encouragement in carrying on with our efforts. They also wished, ‘May the Almighty recompense you with goodness’ to all who are being increasingly aware of the real facts. God willing, something major is about to happen in a day or two,” he wrote on his social media.