Singer Aliff gets a tattoo of ex-wife’s name


  • Nation
  • Monday, 24 Jun 2019

Compiled by LIEW JIA XIAN, JO TIMBUONG and R. ARAVINTHAN 

NOT a stranger at pulling shocking stunts, controversial singer Aliff Aziz (pic) stunned the public again when pictures of him getting a tattoo of his ex-wife’s name across his chest went viral.

Kosmo! reported that pictures of him with “Bella” – referring to his ex-wife Bella Astillah – inked on his upper chest surfaced on Twitter and Facebook and had drawn angry criticism from fans.

However, Instagram user Leaheena_artist claimed that Aliff did not get Bella’s name permanently inked but used black henna instead, adding that it was an old picture.

“That is black henna and my brother did that for Aliff when he was hanging out at our home. That’s not a real tattoo and Aliff had this done before he married Bella,” she said.

Aliff was earlier embroiled in a much-discussed divorce battle after Bella revealed that he had been cheating on her.

He is also alleged to have stolen money from Indonesian actress Raja Yunika Putri recently.

 

> A hunter had trained his gun at a squirrel but ended up unintentionally shooting a man who was harvesting mangoes in Kampung Lokub, Kiulu, Sabah.

Harian Metro reported that the 42-year-old hunter had slipped and accidentally pulled the trigger of his homemade gun.

He panicked when he heard a scream and went to look for the 27-year-old victim before sending him to hospital.

Tuaran OCPD Deputy Supt Mohd Hamizi Halim said the hunter did not know that someone was in the orchard at the time.

 

> As many as 11 Taiwanese photographers had the chance to celebrate Hari Raya with Muhammad Syukur Khamis, better known as Mowgli Malaysia, at his home in Manir, Terengganu, while documenting his close interactions with his beloved buffaloes.

Syukur rose to fame when pictures of him playing with his favourite buffalo, Tongkol, went viral on social media.

The above articles are 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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