Malaysian rapper Caprice seems rather persistent with his own efforts in uncovering various details and evidence involving an issue of a prominent figure, who has been involved in multiple sexual harassment allegations.
In a series of statements posted on his Instagram last night (Monday, 27th September), the 33-year-old appears to spill more beans on the aforementioned Muslim preacher’s ongoing sexual offence allegations with his followers online.
“The biggest scam is not 1MDB or Jho Low. (But) The biggest scam in the history of Malaysia is people using Islam (religion) to hide their dirty little secrets,” the “Abang Nak Tegur” jam-maker wrote on his Instagram Story.
At the same time, Caprice added that post news about the sex scandal which broke out involving the prominent figure, more and more victims “have been brave” and are coming forward by approaching him to share their stories. With overwhelming amount of responses received, the celeb later revealed that he’ll be handing everything over to Firdaus Wong and the team to help the victims.
In response to the criticisms and backlash by some netizens out there regarding his bold revelations, Caprice wrote, “If these things happened to your mom, your wife, your sister, someone who’s struggling and desperate, would you sit idly by while this pious individual takes advantage? Of course you won’t tolerate this.”
“Alhamdulillah, I’m at ease now. Because at least when I’m being questioned in the hereafter: ‘What have we done when we have witnessed others being abused? Do we just close one eye and move on?’ No, these people will realise that they shouldn’t be playing around. One day, there will be people who will stand up and fight,” he continued.
In addition, Caprice took to his IG previously to share an infographic on the differences between sexual offenders among ordinary people and sexual offenders who have an influential status in the eyes of the world community. Not only that, the star even pointed out the contrasting reactions left by netizens to the two different cases as seen in the photo.
Not long after sharing the post on social media, a handful of netizens who were victims of sexual offences have since came forth to give their support to Caprice. “I hope this will help victims of sexual predators, pedophiles, or sexual harassment to know that I’m behind them 300%. Don’t be afraid,” the outspoken influencer commented.
Since last week, Caprice and Firdaus Wong have been spilling various updates on the sexual harassment accusations involving the religious figure. Stay tuned for more updates on the case.