There’s no denying that Nur Sajat is enjoying her newfound freedom after moving Down Under. Yesterday (Thursday, 28th October), she treated her 355k followers on Instagram to a couple of sultry pics of herself posing in a revealing two-piece swimsuit.
As expected, the social media postings were met with tons of criticism from haters out there. Seemingly affected by the mounting backlash, the queer personality ended up disabling the comments section on the two aforementioned posts.
Refusing to stay silent, Sajat quickly stepped forward to defend herself against the critics. According to her, she has the freedom to wear anything that she desires in the country. She also urged the public to stop harassing her again.
“You don’t like seeing me happy? I’ve already informed you, Australia is a free country. Why do you slam me as if I’m still in Malaysia? Can you guys please stop poking your nose into other people’s affairs?” the 36-year-old furiously remarked.
She added, “It’s up to me to decide my own choice of outfits. If I want to wear a bikini, a short pants, or even if I don’t wear anything, then let it be. I don’t understand why you guys like to criticise me, and some of you even link it with religion. Can you at least respect me as a human-being?”
“It seems like you cannot accept me. I’m sick of it! You guys keep interrupting my peace. Even though I’m living in Australia now, people are still attacking me online. Let me just wear whatever I want. Living here is more free, you know? You can even go naked in public. You don’t have to be a ‘jakun’,” Sajat added in her statement.
At the same time, the cosmetics entrepreneur also revealed that she’s proud to be a trans woman. Not only that, she also urged those who are offended with her lifestyle to stop blasting her with negative comments. “What’s wrong if I want to wear skimpy outfits? I am a trans woman and I’m proud of it. What else do you want?” she commented.
Sajat continued by saying, “There’s no need to comment too much. What will happen if my followers in Australia come across these aggressive, derogatory comments left by Malaysians. They will think bad about you guys. Hello, this is a free country. So just stop.”
Haters are always going to hate, aren’t they?