‘Fans tell me I’m going to hell’: Emma Maembong laments online bullying after unveiling

Actress Emma Maembong has revealed today that she continues to face insults and mockeries after deciding to return to her original image. — file photo
Actress Emma Maembong has revealed today that she continues to face insults and mockeries after deciding to return to her original image. — file photo

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 9 — Actress Emma Maembong has revealed today that she continues to face insults and mockeries after deciding to return to her original image instead of wearing the tudung, or headscarf earlier this week. According to the 27-year-old born Fatimah Rohani Ismail, some Malaysians online have left harsh comments on her social media accounts, including wishing hell for her, instead of being civil over her decision to discard the headgear.

steadyaku47 comment :

There must be some conspiracy by the non-Malays and non-Muslims, not forgetting DAP…..a conspiracy to stop Malay girls from brightening up our days as Emma has done when she discarded her tudung! Think about it….who would want a girl like Emma to wear a tudung? What has she got to hide from us? No blemish on her face. Nothing unpleasant to hide. A face like hers will brighten anyone’s day any day of the week. So who wants to stop us all from looking at this Malay girl? Surely not the Malays…not the Muslims! The Malays and Muslim should be happy that we have girls like Emma! It has to be all the non-Malays, non-Muslims and DAP that are conspiring with each other to not allow Emma to outshine their girls. What say you guys?

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