Netizens chide Malaysian celebs seeking government aid

  • Music
  • Monday, 30 Mar 2020

Shuib (left) and Black Hanifah hope the government could look into the welfare of artistes. Photo: Filepix

With the movement control order (MCO) in effect, the local showbiz scene has taken a hit, with all manners of filming and performances temporarily stalled.

"All of us are affected by the Covid-19 outbreak. Artistes are no exception. Whether you're a singer, actor, TV or film production crew, all our activities have been postponed or cancelled," singer Tomok wrote in an Instagram post ahead of the prime minister's economic stimulus package announcement on March 27.

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