In a recent viral video, a Malaysian student named Aisyah expressed her frustration over an afterparty event held during the Nottingham Malaysia Games (NMG). Despite the event allegedly adhering to the guidelines set by the Student Union, Aisyah took to voicing her concerns, particularly against the afterparty held in the UK.
The issue gained more attention when the Menteri Besar Terengganu shared on Twitter that he had a video call with the student to discuss the matter.
“Aisyah is now being cyberbullied by individuals who are not satisfied with her firmness in reprimanding the ‘after party’ event.”
In response to the cyberbullying, netizens swiftly jumped into the conversation to show their support for Aisyah.
“Stay strong Aisyah.”
“Why are all the tweets so bitter, he’s just doing something nice.”
“Although I am not a supporter of the opposition parties, I agree with YB’s statements and actions. It does not mean that people from different parties cannot give advice. Which is right we support, which is wrong we criticize. I also agree with what Aisyah advises.”
However, the issue has also sparked disagreement among some, who weren’t entirely pleased with her stance on the afterparty event.
“You’re the one who can’t control your own mouth, and now you’re playing the victim.”
“The only problem (according to the people X) is because her mother is in PAS. People aren’t seeing the whole point of what she’s saying.”
As the story continues, it remains essential to consider the diverse perspectives surrounding the incident. While Aisyah’s firm stand against the afterparty has garnered support, there are those who may have reservations or different opinions on the matter.
To delve deeper into the details of the incident, read the full story here.
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