Former Miss Universe Malaysia titleholder, Samantha Katie James decided to voice out her opinions with a few statements on Instagram on the 1st of June 2020 about the recent Black Lives Matter movement. Read more about it here.
Malaysians quickly took it into their own hands to also voice out their concerns about her controversial statements, including Henry Golding who is famously known for his role in “Crazy Rich Asians” has also decided to stand by Malaysians to voice out his opinions of the controversial statements.
Golding isn’t the only celebrity that voiced out his concerns of what was said by Samantha, here is what our Malaysian comedian Jason Leong, had to say.
Later on, Malaysia’s supermodel, and representative of Asia’s Next Top Model, Alicia Amin who is also a friend to Samantha of 10 years had this to say.
Veteran blogger turned International influencer, Jane Chuck used her platform to spread a few words to Samantha.
Other celebrities are concern that it could be a form of cyberbullying, here is what Harith Iskander has to say on his Facebook page.
Here is what Miss World Malaysia titleholder, Alexis SueAnn said earlier today.
Malaysian Lifesyle influencer, Jazel Lim also used her social media platform to speak out.
With a platform of over 167 thousand followers and a title as Miss Universe Malaysia, what do you think Samantha should have done? Is this inappropriate to her audience of over 167 thousand followers? Is this cyberbullying?
One thing is for sure is that our Malaysian celebrities are definitely using their platforms to spread proper messages in hopes it reaches their audiences.