The anticipation for the Thai Hot Guys’ arrival did not last long, and it received major excitement and criticism before the ultimate cancelation of their arrival in KL.
Just yesterday (March 22), DBKL announced that the bar does not possess an entertainment license and the premise’s license has also expired since February 2021. However, that might not be the case.
The person in charge of the bar, Frankie told China Press that the information confirmed by DBKL was inaccurate.
“We’ve always renewed our license, and our current license is valid until July this year.”
Based on the image above, the license was renewed in July last year and is valid until July 9, 2023. The premise is registered under Beijing 9 Sdn Bhd as a restaurant, not a pub. As for the Thai Hot Guys, Frankie admitted that he never expected for the matter to go viral and become a topic of criticism online.
He also said that the Thai Hot Guys were never meant to perform during their grand opening, which is scheduled on March 30.
“I did not invite them over for a performance but merely to officiate the opening,” Frankie said.
Following the orders from PDRM, as well as the pressure from public, he decided to cancel the much anticipated arrival of the Thai Hot Guys.
Yesterday, on its Facebook post, Privacy Restaurant & Lounge also publicly apologised for the error and inconvenience that occurred.
“We respect the religious sensitivities of this country and the laws that have been set,” the PIC said in a cancellation statement.
The Thai Hot Guys are also not the only one who will be absent. It is also confirmed that the event has been cancelled altogether on the ground of respecting the racial and religious sensitivities in the country.
To those who were excited to mingle with the Thai sexy dancers, it was truly a short-lived joy.
Also read: PAS Wants Thai Hot Guys Out of the Country, DBKL Confirms Bar’s License Has Expired Since Feb 2021