Remember previously when Nur Sajat caused a major stir right after she expressed her intention to quit Islam?
The controversial queer figure is finally shedding some light on her current religion status. According to Sajat, the issue regarding her religion and her belief is something that should not be publicised, though at the same time, she subtly hinted that she’s still a Muslim.
“Religion is a private matter for me. In my opinion, even though I still consider myself as a Muslim, let me carry on with my way of life, and the same goes to you as well. I believe this is one of the more honourable approach for this issue, and there is no need for you to pass your judgment on me. Let’s just respect each other and that’s it,” Sajat revealed during an Instagram Live session.
The 36-year-old continued by saying, “Because even now, if you want to criticise me or even talk bad about me, it’s useless because I have my own approach (in Islam). There is no need for all of you to judge me as if my life is full of sin. Thank you, I really appreciate all of the advice that you’ve given, but I have my own stance. Let’s just respect one another.”
During the same broadcast, Sajat also shut down all the claims stating that she had been declared bankrupt. In this case, the celebrity entrepreneur clarified that she only received a bankruptcy notice for not being able to attend a court hearing previously.
“Because I didn’t come (to the hearing), I was given a bankruptcy notice immediately. And it’s only a notice, okay. It’s not like they wanted to immediately bankrupt me. They gave me the notice because I didn’t attend the (court) hearing. I’m not a scammer,” Sajat said, as reported by Murai.
The controversial figure, who’s currently residing in Australia, appeared in an interview with The New York Times this week, where she claimed that she was sexually harassed by a few religious officers. Get the full scope here.