No signs of 'Blue Whale Challenge' in Malaysia, but parents told to remain vigilant


PETALING JAYA: There are no signs that the "Blue Whale Challenge", a sinister social media game that encourages teen suicide, has reached Malaysia, but parents should remain vigilant to ensure their children do not fall victim to it.

According to Befrienders publicity director Ardy Ayadali, they have not received reports of the game being played in Malaysia.

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