Anzalna loses over a million Instagram followers following attack


Hack-tag: Anzalna posing for a photo shoot. The actress lost her account to hackers after announcing her wedding.

Hack-tag: Anzalna posing for a photo shoot. The actress lost her account to hackers after announcing her wedding.

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RISING actress Anzalna Nasir has become a victim of hackers when her Instagram account was hacked late last month, reported Berita Harian’s entertainment pullout, B Pop.

After the incident, the actress who appeared in the TV drama series Memori Cinta lost over a million followers.

So far, she has about 43,000 followers in her new Instagram account.

The incident took place after she made an announcement to marry her boyfriend Hanif Zaki.

Their wedding, which was scheduled earlier this year, was postponed to allow “space” for Anzalna’s career.

The couple, who have dated for five years, are now scheduled to tie the knot on Feb 21 next year at Masjid Negara.

> A man in Kuala Lumpur who bears an uncanny resemblance to Malaysian actor Remy Ishak has admitted to being scared of attention from his fans, reported Metro Ahad.

Mohd Azlaan Deris, 35, said his looks had attracted the attention of the public. “I’m actually quite worried and scared about this.

“People who see me may assume the worse of the real Remy when I don’t entertain them,” said the administrative assistant.

He recounted an incident near the Thai border where he was even mobbed by Remy’s fans who waited for him outside a toilet just to take his picture.

However, Mohd Azlaan said he would not take advantage of his looks, turning down an offer to be the product ambassador for a company.

“I know it’s my rezeki (fortune) but I had to turn them down because that’s not me,” said Mohd Azlaan.

> Sinar Harian reported the Negri Sembilan health director Dr Abdul Rahim Abdullah as saying that it would investigate a viral video of a customer purportedly finding worms in his plate of honey chicken in a restaurant in Rahang last Thursday.

“I have informed the relevant officers to investigate. If we find the complaint to be genuine, we can take action under Section 11 of the Food Act 1983,” said Dr Abdul.

He also urged the public to exercise their rights and lodge complaints with the authorities and not to patronise unsanitary premises.

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