Mohd Norashman Najib – is the guy behind the import, and most likely the monopoly, of quinoa into the country. Norashman, popularly known as Ashman, is the youngest and favourite son of Najib and wife Rosmah.
Ashman was also known within his circle of friends as a playboy even during school time. Two years ago in 2016, he famously used his family connection to force Zouk Singapore into kicking Egyptian DJ Fadi and Aly out earlier than their schedule, because the son of Najib couldn’t wait and wanted to show off his disk jockeying skill at the disco.
Apparently, Norashman’s impromptu request to play a set had resulted in the premature end of DJ Fadi’s (Fila, real name Fadi Wassef Naguib) performance, hence created a battalion of angry Zouk’s patrons. Together with Aly (Aly Amr Fathalah), the Egyptian duo has been voted among the top-100 DJs since 2008.
Clearly upset and insulted, a video posted on the social media revealing DJ Fadi’s frustration has since gone viral. As expected, Rosmah has defended his son’s antic by sending her personal assistant Rizal Mansor to Facebook – rubbishing the hijacks at the disco. Although Zouk Singapore has denied it gave way to the prime minister’s son, Fadi’s reaction tells a different story.
In the video, Fadi said – “It seems that Zouk here wants someone else to play. Not only because of that, because apparently he’s the son of a prime minister. Thank you so much, enjoys my last track. I’ll see you somewhere in the future. Not in Zouk anymore, because I won’t play in Zouk any f***ing more. They’ve insulted me, but I love you guys.”
Zouk may not want to get politically involved in the fiasco. Heck, the prime minister’s son may not even be the issue as far as the Singapore club is concerned. The moment Aly & Fila was denied from completing their performance, never mind the argument of extension, so that the Najib’s son could be slotted in, it has turned into a political issue.
Like senior Najib, junior Norashman Razak was born with a silver spoon – what Norashman wants Norashman gets. Still, question remains as to the appropriateness of the junior having fun at the club, where alcohol is being served. Najib has been screaming about the need for non-Muslims to respect Islam. Heck, he has even pledged to defend true Islam with Saudi “brothers”.
Therefore, to see his favourite son showing off his special “talent” in a club serving “haram (forbidden)” alcohol in the eye of Islam was quite “entertaining” (*grin*), not to mention screams “hypocrisy”. But it would be cruel to confine Norashman into reading Al-Quran when he was spotted with Jho Low’s band of party-goers who consume alcohol as if they were mineral water.
Source : Finance Twitter
Source : Finance Twitter