Celebrity entrepreneur Nur Sajat has found herself trending on social media once again! Has her past come back to haunt her? While we’re not exactly sure on the matter, it sure has people talking about her.
Yesterday, fans were left in shock after they learned that the trans figure had apparently appeared in the music video for the song “Kekasih Pujaan”, performed by Datuk Sharifah Aini, in the past. The snippet taken from the MV was first posted by a TikToker named Farah Josni.
“Should we address her as Abang (older brother) or Kakak (older sister)?” Farah quipped. As seen in the viral video, the male lead (supposedly Sajat) is seen donning a pair of traditional baju melayu. The lead also appeared as one of the dancers in the music video. At the time of writing, Farah’s post has gained over 1 million views on TikTok.
Needless to say, netizens were mostly amused by the recent discovery. “Hopefully Sajat will be able to see this clip. This can help to refresh her memory that she was born a man, and not a woman,” one commenter on TikTok said. “She used to be so good-looking (back then),” another TikToker remarked. So far, the “Bobo Di Mana” singer has yet to share her response to the viral video.
Watch the full music video for “Kekasih Pujaan” here:
In other news about Sajat, the celeb entrepreneur has once again been slapped with another legal issue. In a landmark against her company Nur Surat Aesthetics Sdn. Bhd, it was revealed that the Shah Alam Sessions Court has ruled in favour of Introducing Talent Sdn Bhd, the former national license holder of Miss Grand Malaysia 2019 pageant, in regard to the unpaid sponsorship amounting to RM111,280.50.
According to the press statement, the company entered a contract with Introducing Talent Sdn Bhd for a sponsorship amount totaling more than RM70,000 (of which only 50% was paid) back in 2019. The company has also failed to deliver the promise of another RM30k for cosmetics enhancements for the pageant winners. Both Sajat and Nur Sajat Aesthetics Sdn Bhd were registered as “no appearance” and did not oppose the ruling. That being said, it was also revealed that they have yet to make a restoration to the organisers.
The court ruling was based on evidence which demonstrates that Nur Sajat Aesthetics Sdn Bhd had failed to fulfill its duty of paying the full sponsorship amount, including prizes to the winner and runners-up. In addition, it was also revealed that the company also failed to return culturally sensitive items to the organiser when requested to do so.
Similar to the music video incident, Sajat has not said anything on the matter yet.