Sugu Pavithra to make comeback

IPOH (Bernama): Fans of YouTube sensation 'Sugu Pavithra' will get to see the couple on air at the latest by this afternoon (July 27).

M.Sugu, 29, said he expected their latest video to be uploaded on YouTube this afternoon once discussions with various parties are finalised.

The husband of S. Pavithra, 28, said the couple erased all 98 videos on the channel because of several personal factors.

"I was the one who deleted all the videos after what happened,” he said when contacted on Monday.

On July 24, Sugu pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here on the charge of carrying a weapon and causing injury to his wife with a mobile phone and a sickle.

However, on Tuesday (July 21) Pavithra said she had forgiven her husband.

Pavithra also said the couple was declining any recognition or honour from anyone and wanted to focus on producing cooking videos on Youtube.

Commenting further, Sugu, a former estate worker in Sungai Siput, they lost their income from YouTube, which was substantial, following their decision to delete all their videos.

"But that is okay because I have hands, feet, to look for a job. Even before this (becoming a YouTuber), I earned money by working,” he said, adding that he was thankful to their loyal followers who now number 787,000.

On Tuesday, the media reported that police had arrested a drunk Sugu who was armed with a sickle as he looked for his brother-in-law in connection to a family problem outside the maternity ward of the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital here.

The incident was due to a misunderstanding between the suspect and his wife over an event which took place the day before.- Bernama

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