ACTOR Afiq Muiz has hit back at his wife Pachara Apin, accusing her of cheating on him while they were living together, Harian Metro reported.
Afiq made the claim in response to a user’s comment on his Instagram post on Wednesday.
The user had told him to be more responsible towards his wife rather than his parents and siblings.
“If the wife is good, then there are no issues,” said Afiq.
The 31-year-old actor said he had decided to cut Pachara out from his life after supposedly enduring constant slander from her recently.
Afiq had married Pachara, whose real name is Islamnya Nur Aaira Mahdeya, in 2019 but the couple’s strained relationship only came to light two years later after Pachara lodged a police report in April 2021, claiming her husband had physically abused her.
Last October, she filed for divorce.
Afiq is not the first celebrity husband to cry “adultery” – actor Farid Kamil, whose wife Diana Danielle is suing for divorce, accused his wife of being involved with a “third party”.
> Merchants found themselves fearing and running for their lives after a sudden heavy storm tore through the Mega Aidilfitri Festival bazaar in Kulim, Kedah on Wednesday, Kosmo! reported.
All 26 tents selling wet goods at the bazaar were blown away, with some even crashing into a large canopy that was housing nearly 50 stalls selling dry goods, during the storm that started at about 3.30pm.
Food vendor Evi Yani Mohd Sapri, 25, who was preparing drinks and food with her friend Ahmad Daud, 27, saw her life flash before her eyes after one of the flying tents fell and pinned her to the ground.
“All of the vendors started running after the tents were blown away by the insanely strong winds.
“However, I couldn’t get out in time when an iron bar from one of the tents hit me hard on the shoulder and knocked me down.
“Luckily my friend immediately noticed I was pinned down and turned around to help me get out,” she said.
Traditional clothing dealer Nor Maizatul Aishah Kamarul Ariffin, 21, said she and her husband suffered RM10,000 in losses after the storm blew away their goods.
“A lot of our clothing got destroyed by rainwater,” she said, adding that she will wash the clothes that are still in good condition and try to sell them.
Another clothing vendor, Suhaimi Mohamad Junid, 36, said at least RM200,000 in goods and equipment are believed to have been either damaged or lost during the storm, based on what was shared by vendors in their social media chatgroup.
● The above article 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 this ' >'sign, it denotes a separate news item.