Malaysian entrepreneur Liana Rosli, famously known as Kak KM, caused a stir online after she posted a video of herself breastfeeding her newborn child, Cinta Carissa, at a restaurant in KL.
Many were angered at the fact that the controversial figure wasn’t covering herself while nursing her baby in public. Apparently, the issue also caught the attention of Caprice, who claimed that the video was only a marketing stunt by Kak KM.
“In business, the big M is not for maruah (dignity), but marketing. This Kak KM is already known in Malaysia for always creating contents that are a bit exaggerated or provocative just to get attention, and it always works,” the outspoken figure said in his video posted on his official Instagram.
In the posting, Caprice (real name Ariz Ramli) also added that despite being criticised, Kak KM “rarely” took the backlash by the public seriously. Instead, he pointed out that the followers would often fall for the businesswoman’s marketing strategy. “So, who are the less intelligent ones in this case?” he questioned.
Despite what many think, breast feeding in public should be normalised and not be considered a taboo anymore. Breast feeding is simply a natural process that every mother goes through; after all, a hungry and crying baby in public can’t be ignored.
Sadly, Malaysia still lacks proper facilities for mothers to breast feed their infants in public places.
Source: Oh Media.
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