Bersatu Youth Chief Syed Saddiq Admit Viral Clubbing Disco Pictures Is Him - Admits He Is Not A Perfect Muslim - The Coverage

Bersatu Youth Chief Syed Saddiq Admit Viral Clubbing Disco Pictures Is Him – Admits He Is Not A Perfect Muslim

Syed Saddiq, Asia’s best debater and fierce critic of Prime Minister Najib Razak, has admitted to having been to a disco, but says he is not a “kaki clubbing” (avid clubber).

Syed said this in a Facebook post in response to attacks by Umno bloggers who accused him of being a “kaki clubbing” and posted a picture of him at a disco.

In a Facebook post on Saturday, the 23-year old student admitted that he was indeed the person captured in the picture and also said that he has been to discos in the past.

“I wont deny that,” said Syed Saddiq.

He also revealed that the picture was taken during the announcement for the knockout stages of the Asia level debate championship.

“I am not a flawless human being. I am also not a flawless Muslim. I, like every other human have made mistakes,” said Syed Saddiq.

He added that the past however did not define who he is now.

“I admit that it is indeed me in the picture. I have been to a disco. I won’t deny that. But I also would like to stress that the picture was taken during the announcing of the knock-out rounds for an Asia-level debate competition.

“I am not a ‘kaki clubbing or kaki disko’ as alleged,” he said on the post, carrying the #IamNotPerfect hashtag.

Syed said he was not a perfect person or a perfect Muslim, but was working on improving himself in the future.

“Like any other person, I have made mistakes, but the past does not define who I am now,” he said, adding that the attacks against him will not deter him from continuing his struggle to make Malaysia a better place.

“I am not someone important. I am a 23-year-old guy who loves his country. Threatening me with my personal life shows how desperate people can get to cling on to power.

“If you think this issue will distract me and the people from the real issues, you are wrong. We, Malaysians, will prove you wrong.”

Syed said he had “come clean” about his past and questioned if Najib would do the same on 1Malaysia Development Berhad.

He also said he would not stop fighting for the truth, even if it risked his reputation.

“Agi idup agi ngelaban!,” he said in the post, referring to the Iban phrase which means to fight as long as one is alive.

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  1. Lim S.Y

    March 21, 2018 at 16:51

    So what , all our leaders kids one way another are enjoy woman/man ,booze and gambling oversea and are hypocrites.

  2. Sam W, F

    March 22, 2018 at 09:18

    Every one have a Past incident that happened may it be Good or Bad. At his age and time and venue…there’s nothing wrong in going for clubbing. Importantly…he had stopped and realize there are more important issues to settle….i give him Thumbs Up for to be Brave Enough to admit it… Why harped on the past. I believe lots Ministers sons and daughters when overseas will sure indulge the same… So She’s Daddies.. You are indeed a Gentleman as I see.. Way to Do ???

  3. Rose

    March 22, 2018 at 09:58

    Obviously extremely desperate they are. They will just keep on looking, digging n exposing every tiny little bit of mistakes of others. We are wise enough, smart enough to be able to think. Wake up Malaysia.

  4. Jaya Abdullah Vallipuram

    March 23, 2018 at 09:19

    Syed,I grew up during the hyppie generation. We experienced it all.The roads, the chemicals, the music, the women, but later some became presidents,CEO’S of public listed companies, successefull businessmen, very beneficiall to soceity.
    Many became spritual because the material world became empty.
    Have I any regrets: No, it made me what I am today. More content then most.

    Only one advice: walk away when the time comes.Don’t overstay.
    And one more advice. Be true to your conviction. You can’t please all.

    Plan your dstination but be in peace and learn from your journey.

    Sure all your experience will help you one day. All the best.

  5. Kurt Schwitters

    June 10, 2018 at 21:38

    There’s nothing wrong about enjoying a night out dancing. A lot of men don’t know how to have a fun night in a club. Enjoy yourself kid! You’re only young once. What are you supposed to do instead? Drink tea and play chess? You’re not an old man (like me) so have a good time while all your moving parts are working as designed.

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