TONGUES are still wagging about a photograph that actress Rita Rudaini uploaded on social media, showing her with male model Donna Muslim.
Metro Ahad quoted Rita as saying that the picture did not imply that they were in love.
“It was taken by my close friend. And Donna is also among the close friends I have right now,” said Rita, 40.
The picture, she said, was posed according to the photographer’s requests.
Rita got to know Donna, who is also a TV host, two years ago at a bazaar in Stadium Malawati Shah Alam.
They became close friends after recording a TV show together.
On his part, Donna, 27, also dispelled talk of a romantic relationship between him and Rita, saying he has great respect for her and they have a good friendship.
“She is a loving person who never takes things lightly. She works hard and is very focused. She cares about people who are close to her,” he said.
Rita has two children – Airit Rayyan Rizqin, seven, and Airit Qaya Arjuna, five – from her previous marriage to national footballer Aidil Zafuan Abd Razak.
> A body with the words “I Love You” tattooed on the right arm washed up on the shores of Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Terengganu, three days ago, reported Kosmo!
Police said the naked body of the unidentified man was found 1km from the jetty of a hotel and was spotted by a guest.
“The victim is believed to have been dead for over 48 hours, based on the condition of the body when it was found,” said Besut OCPD Supt Mohd Zamri Mohd Rawi.
Police are conducting checks especially on foreign tourists who had gone missing in a bid to identify the body.
> Kuala Lumpur police arrested 229 people for prostitution during Ops Noda Khas 7, which took place around the city two days ago, reported BH Ahad.
Among those arrested in the five-hour operation between 11pm and 4am were GROs, prostitutes, pimps, waiters and bartenders at entertainment joints and massage parlours.
Found in translation is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.
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