Dato’ Seri Siti Nurhaliza has issued her response after someone accused her daughter, Siti Aafiyah, of receiving “special treatment” at her pre-school. For those who are curious, the accusation was first brought to light by a Twitter user known as @AkuAnakMalaysia.
The netizen wrote, “Her daughter’s school uniform even has embroidery on it, while the less privilege children don’t have one, and the netizens are okay with it.” It appears that the Twitter user was referring to a video showing Aafiyah wearing a school uniform with her name printed on it. Well, it didn’t take too long before the iconic songbird decided to shed some light on the matter.
However, another Twitter user named @IniAlaaan was quick to defend the “Cindai” singer. They tweeted, “Haters gonna hate. Just because of the embroidery printed on the school uniform, you want to twist the story and claim that she receives special treatment. When in fact, she made the effort to send the uniform to the store, because she was so excited that her first child is entering pre-school. All of a sudden, you’re accusing her of not having integrity?”
The Siti Nurhaliza fan also accompanied their post with a screenshot taken from Brainy Bunch’s video. In the photo, IG user @n.s.r_14 was seen questioning about Aafiyah’s name printed on her school uniform. “My child has been attending the school since 2017, and I haven’t seen any name printed on the uniform,” to which TokTi replied, “I did it myself. I sent them to a shop.”
You can read TokTi’s reply below:
At the time of writing (Friday, 9th September), @IniAlalalannn’s tweet has garnered over 3.5k retweets online.