No one likes being told what they should or shouldn’t do. People like it even less when you lecture them while you’re in the wrong yourself. As it turns out, this TikToker did not get the memo.
TikTok user daralicoushq apparently had some advice which she deemed necessary to dish out. Unfortunately, netizens did not appreciate the lecture. They liked it even less when they realised she wasn’t exactly virtuous herself.
The TikTok user used her video to address a religious matter she presumably felt strongly about. According to her, it is wrong for a wife to have sex with her husband if she hasn’t performed the necessary ablutions (mandi wajib) after her period. “(It’s) haram (forbidden),” she helpfully stated. “Don’t halalkan (make right) things that are haram, even though the relationship is halal (accepted).”
Needless to say, her advice didn’t go down well with netizens. Some felt she was merely rehashing things that people already knew. “Continue (speaking) even though (it’s) not useful,” one jeered. Others however had a problem with her delivery. Several comments claimed that she too was in the wrong as her wrists weren’t covered, she was using filters and thick makeup and she danced in front of others, especially guys.
“Just for content on TikTok, (you didn’t) cover your aurat (parts which should be hidden),” a comment scoffed. “It’s fine to remind others, but (you) should be careful to not sin in your own delivery.” A few pointed out that her dance during the video wasn’t necessary. “Acting gedik (floozy) is also haram,” one stated. “Bad enough it’s for general viewing, the whole world can see.”
Well, advising others is definitely necessary sometimes, but take care not to be a hypocrite yourself. Otherwise, the backlash might be just as nasty. Check out her video here: