Local broadcasting station TV AlHijrah came under fire this week for inviting Kak Long 7e (out of all people!) as a guest for one of their talk shows. As a result of the backlash, the company had decided to put the programme on halt.
Even to this day, the Terengganu woman has been flooded with negative comments from the public. Not only that, there were also a few celebs who weren’t having any of the controversies involving the lady. Among the celebs include TV personalities Awal Ashaari and Iesya Toh.
Taking to his Instagram Story, the 40-year-old wrote, “Every second of airtime you give to this kind of people is publicity for them. They are hungry for fame. Screaming, slamming, cursing, throwing a fit like a madman, demeaning others on social media. Alas, they got an offer to appear on TV.”
Awal then added by writing, “Imagine what kind of sick video will surface after this just to be invited to TV shows, and become an Instafamous along the way. Stop making this kind of people famous, they don’t deserve to tell their side of the story on national TV. TikTok is the place where they belong.”
Meanwhile, Iesya (Nor Iesyatirradiah Sanny Toh) recently reposted a screenshot of a Facebook post written by Aifa Azlan.. The fashion entrepreneur remarked, “In order to appear on TV AlHijrah, we have to pay up to tens of thousands of ringgit. Lucky for Kak Long, all she had to do was to go berserk, and later on appearing on television for free.” The “Selamat Pagi Malaysia” host was spotted sharing her response, agreeing with Aifa’s opinion on the case.
What do you have to say about this? Do you agree with both Awal and Iesya’s opinion on the controversy?
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