There’s no denying that one of the hot topics from the past week has been the controversial performance by a woman at Crackhouse Comedy Club. The woman, who goes by Amy, and her partner Alex have been exposed online by Merdekarya for their past antics and local celebs have also shared their thoughts on the recent incident.
Merdekarya revealed that the infamous couple once proposed to the venue that they want to open up a sex workshop with a special performance by Alleycats. After the venue declined, Alex took to his socials to accuse Merdekarya for not supporting local legendary acts. Alleycats’s frontman has something to say about it now that the band’s name has been dragged into this mess.
Legendary band Alleycats made their mark in the music scene since 1969 and is still active to this day. Being one of the biggest acts in Malaysia, it’s no surprise people will mention their name in conversations but recently, the band has been mentioned in bad light on social media because of the viral comedy club incident.
Vocalist and frontman, Datuk David Arumugam recently spoke to The Vibes and denied any association with the controversial couple. According to the musician, he was not aware of the couple’s plans to invite Alleycats to perform for their proposed sex workshop at Merdekarya. The 72-year-old filed a report against the couple after learning about the viral story.
“I am unaware of this plan (for the event). I don’t know this person (Alexander) as I have never spoken to him. I have filed a report on the matter,” he said. The “Suara Kekasih” singer then added that he’s disappointed that the band has been named in this whole situation. When asked about how he found out about the ordeal, he answered that his friends were the ones to inform him.
In other news, Amy (real name Siti Nuramira) pleaded not guilty in court after being arrested for her offensive performance at Crackhouse Comedy Club. Her partner Alex Chandran, was arrested a day after and was charged under Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.