Hasmiza Othman, or better known by Malaysians as Dato’ Seri Vida (DSV), has always been entertaining for her antics on social media. This lady loves being famous and isn’t shy about it.
Dato’ Seri Vida has been involved in numerous scandals with her former personal assistant (P.A), Iqbal Zulkefli, whom has since left Malaysia and is currently residing in Indonesia. This also means that there is a vacancy slot for one to apply for a personal assistant post.
She has advertised the vacancy slot through a post on her personal Instagram and included some criteria. She posted “I’m looking for a personal assistant (P.A), salary RM10k, male (single), aged 25 – 30 years old” and captioned it with “Handsome is a necessity, there’s a different position for females. Please check my IG Story.”
The post has drawn plenty of attention and reaction from netizens on wanting to apply as her personal assistant. Fellow celebrity friends have also reacted on this post of hers, including the comedian cum entrepreneur, Shuib Sepahtu.
Shuib even commented on her post, “I would like to be your personal assistant, can I Dato’ Seri?“, to which the Kelantanese lady boss entrepreneur replied, “You should apply as an applicant for something else.” Both of the comments have amassed thousand of likes and reaction. Some netizens even joked, “Are you looking for a personal assistant or a lover, Dato’ Seri?”
Would you apply as her personal assistant? It’s RM10,000, after all. However, you have to be single and good looking.
Update (7th December):
Iqbal Zulkefli, DSV’s former personal assistant has come front to reveal his side of the story. He has posted an Instagram story regarding the actual amount of his salary when he was working as DSV’s personal assistant. He stated how he was working ’til dawn yet his salary was only RM1400, and only by his third year of working it was increased to RM2000 plus. He mentioned how his salary was no more than any of the other average employees, some even earned more than he did because, “Who is more hard working and creative in earning sales, they will be reaping what they sow,” as to what he said.