If it’s one thing many people look forward to, it’s Nur Sajat’s next IG or TikTok Live stream. The entrepreneur just loves the camera and shares all her (hilarious) stories with her followers. Whether you like her or not, you can’t deny that her live sessions are simply entertaining and there are lots of highlights you can go back to and watch again.
With all that being said, the trans figure hasn’t been as active on TikTok Live as she was before. This has caused concern and sparked curiosity among her fans. Is she ill? Is she too busy? Will she be back? So many questions swimming in our heads – but it looks like we’ve finally got an answer for the lack of live broadcasts on TikTok.
On Monday (26th December), the celebrity entrepreneur made a shocking announcement on her Instagram account, saying that she no longer has the motivation to stream on TikTok. So is she quitting the app for good? Will there no longer be content from her there? Everybody stay calm. Here’s what the 37-year-old had to say:
“A lot of you have been wondering why I haven’t done a TikTok Live in a while. To be honest, I’ve gotten lazy. But now I want to go back to basics. I want to reenter the world of Facebook,” she said. The trans celeb added that she’ll start doing live broadcasts on her official Facebook account once she gains enough followers. On top of that, fans can also expect lots of giveaways when they tune in.
While the news may be exciting, how do her TikTok and IG followers feel about this? It’s no surprise that fellow celeb entrepreneur Dato Aliff Syukri is on board with the transition – but her fans, not so much. Many expressed their concerns about the “Makhluk Penggoda” singer going back to Facebook, as there are lots of Mak Cik Bawangs there that will attack her in the comments. Some prefer her to stay on TikTok, as the app is not as restrictive as Facebook.
It’s good that Sajat’s fans are looking out for her. The last thing they want is for anyone to get hurt. At the time of writing, the business owner has yet to respond to netizens’ concerns. There’s also no guarantee that this shift will go well or badly. Whatever the case, we wish Sajat the best of luck in going back to Facebook!