Some people would have something simple yet filling for sahur or suhoor during Ramadan. Some only need to drink water for sahur and go about their day fasting just fine. Most would usually save the more extravagant dishes for iftar.
Like any other days, a lot of people post their meals for sahur and iftar on their social media to share with their followers. This Twitter user did just that but it got a lot of netizens saying she shouldn’t have tweeted her meal. Here’s why:
Simple saja Menu Sahur pagi ni. Nasi Goreng Udang.
Sayu hati, Sahur sendirian.. pic.twitter.com/uOq7nR1quP
— 𝐂𝐢𝐤𝐠𝐮𝐒𝐮𝐫𝐚𝐲𝐚 (@cikgusuraya_ch) April 2, 2022
Twitter user @cikgusuraya_ch tweeted a photo of her meal for sahur last weekend on Sunday (3rd April). The photo is captioned, “Today’s menu for sahur is just simple. Nasi Goreng Udang. So sad, I’m eating alone”. To everyone’s surprise, the ‘udang’ in the ‘nasi goreng udang’ was actually a lobster.
While there’s nothing wrong with sharing what you’re having for your sahur or iftar, some netizens felt that Cikgu Suraya should have just kept that tweet to herself as they believe she should be more sensitive when sharing a post like that during Ramadan.
Many replied to and quoted the tweet sharing their thoughts on the so-called simple sahur. Some netizens say that she’s lucky as those in the B40 category could not even afford such a “simple” meal for iftar, let alone for sahur while others just joined in on the jokes.
Don’t believe everything you see online though. For you information, the Cikgu Suraya account on both Twitter and Instagram are parody or satire accounts. Anything they share online should not be taken seriously.
Note that the “selfies” they posted on their Instagram always look heavily photoshopped and anything they tweet can be considered as satire so it’s safe to assume that the tweet was just another joke. Whether or not the user behind the accounts actually belongs in the T20 category is unknown.
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