PU Abu Sufyan is strongly denying any involvement in the sexual misconduct allegations linked to a famous preacher. For those who aren’t really familiar with this guy, he previously made nationwide headlines for his failed marriage with his two former wives.
In a recent interview with mStar, the 27-year-old has urged the public to stop making all the controversial events that happened to him in the past as “content”. He also doesn’t like the fact that people are associating him with Ebit Lew.
“I was asked to talk about this because my name has been linked (to the case). I just want to ask for all the parties to not associate me with this issue. I went viral in the past, but that issue revolved around my personal life and that’s why a lot of trolls began targeting me,” PU Abu (full name Muhammad Abu Sufyan Mohd Mokhtar Rozaidi) told the online portal.
The “Pencetus Ummah” alum added, “However, this issue involves the law, so let the authorities carry on with their investigation. No need to bring up other parties or comment further on this.” Apparently, PU Abu isn’t the only individual brought up by these netizens in this case. Other religious figures namely Da’i Syed and also Da’i Farhan have also been linked to the recent hot controversy.
In other news, Ustaz Muhammad Abdullah Al-Amin – or Ustaz Amin short – took to his IG to share some positive words of wisdom for his dear friend, Ebit Lew. From what the ustaz shared on social media, it appears that he also still hasn’t received any latest updates from the latter.
“Hi, my friend. How are you doing? If what has been said is the truth, may God forgive you and also those who talk bad about you. If someday you’re in heaven and I’m not around, please look for me there. And if I’m in a much better place and you’re not there, I promise to look for you as well,” the 43-year-old wrote on his post.
At the same time, Ustaz Amin reminded those who have been actively looking for evidence to not exaggerate irrelevant matters. According to him, “If we step out of line and rejoice in spreading someone else’s ‘aib’ (disgrace), God would never take care of our own ‘aib” in the future.”
Ustaz Amin stresses that it’s important for Muslims to get together as a community to work on their weaknesses. To quote the religious figure, “God does not solely look at a person’s past, but He sees where His servants are.”