The Crown Prince of Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, took to his social media recently to share his two cents on the controversy involving some public figures who came to the aid of those who were badly affected by the recent flash flood crisis.
In one of his posts, the royalty figure also appeared to put some people on blast for their apparent dishonest traits. Though he didn’t drop any specific names, this comes after Datuk Seri Rina Harun became a trending topic when a video of the minister using a water jet (while being surrounded by what seems to be photographers and government officials) went viral.
“Me during my next flood mission to help the people. Sadly today is not about what you do that matters. How many people or how how often you help doesn’t matter. It’s about how well you act,” TMJ (Tunku Mahkota Johor) expressed. “To those who are sincere and genuine in aiding the victims, well done. To those who are just merely acting, go back to Hollywood.”
In his subsequent posting, the 37-year-old also revealed that he would ensure for aids as well as donations to be channeled to those who are in need especially during this dire situation. “Everyday, (I’ll) make sure that there are assistance or contributions to help the people…throughout the whole year,” he revealed in his post, which was taken from his Twitter.
TMJ continued by advising, “Regardless of the flash flood situation, the pandemic, or what not, just help people at all times as much as we can. It’s a duty and and responsibility. Just get the job done, no need to act.”