Ever since making her move down under, Nur Sajat has been very active in interacting with her followers and fans on social media, particularly on her Instagram Live broadcast.
During her recent IG Live session, apart from sharing what she has been up to these days, the queer entrepreneur also provided an update to the viewers on her upcoming business ventures.
“There are a lot of Malays here, so I don’t feel very lonely. I also promote my selling products in the country. Many of them have already become my stockists. Some of them are staying in Melbourne, while others are in Perth. I’m thankful to God for that,” the 36-year-old was quoted as saying according to a Gempak report.
While going live, one particular IG user opened up on their reaction to the news about Sajat’s migration overseas. According to the netizen, they were initially disgusted by the controversial actions done by the transgender personality when she was in Malaysia. However, as time goes, they pointed out that they’ve started feeling sorry for Sajat for the past few months over the ordeal she had been dealt with.
In commenting about this, the “Makhluk Penggoda” singer said, “As I see it, I didn’t do anything weird (while I was in Malaysia). I wasn’t an avid club-goer. I was just carrying out my own business. You cannot just simply judge me based on my appearance online.”
“On social media, I just want to hype things up. I didn’t do anything that is considered wrong . Maybe it was due to my character, and since I also talked about my business, so there were a couple of mistakes that I did in the past. That’s why a lot of people criticised me. But I cannot lie to myself, this is the real me,” Sajat further clarified.
Watch the full IG Live broadcast below:
You do you, Sajat! All the best on your future endeavours. ♡