No truth to talk of second marriage to singer, says Annuar Musa

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Federal Territories Minister Tan Sri Anuar Musa has described talk of his second marriage to a Malaysian singer as slander to ruin his political career.

Annuar also expressed his regret and displeasure towards the action of the rumour-mongers that also affected the reputation of other unrelated parties.

"I'm a politician, it's okay if my friends want to slander me, but don't involve other people who also have families, ” he told reporters after visiting the construction site of an additional block for Maahad Tahfiz Integrasi Madinatul Huffaz here Thursday (April 29).

Annuar said that to his knowledge, the singer was from a well-respected family and hoped that she would not be dragged into the matter.

The Keterah MP said he did not intend to seek further action but urged those responsible for spreading the allegations to think about their actions.

He said he prayed that the people who spread such talk would be able to reduce the immoral acts in conjunction with the blessed month of Ramadan.

"I don't want to be angry; it is better to just be patient," he said.

Since Wednesday (April 28), talk of a marriage between Annuar and singer Datuk Nora Ariffin had been making the rounds on social medai, which the singer has since denied. - Bernama

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