Who right here is puffed up for English singer-songwriter Dua Lipa to be again in Malaysia for her first solo present this Might? Sorry of us, tickets are all offered out!
Arguably one of many high rising stars of the second, Dua nonetheless retains her household near coronary heart regardless of her busy schedule. Lately, she posted an image and a candy message to her father on Instagram for his birthday on March 5, telling him how a lot she loves and misses him, Coconuts KL reported. How candy.
Don’t they each look cute within the #throwback photograph?
Now, this will look like a innocent publish, however hawk-eyed netizens realised that Dua had later edited a selected phrase in her caption. Check out these two footage under and inform us what the distinction is.
Nope, no cookie might be given for the right reply.
As you possibly can see, Dua modified the phrase ‘babi’ to ‘dad’.
What some narrow-minded Malaysians didn’t know was that ‘babi’ or ‘baba’ is the Albanian time period for ‘father’. Though Dua is British, Albanian blood runs by way of her veins as her dad and mom immigrated from Kosovo to the UK within the ’90s. Maintaining the custom alive and staying true to your roots is nice, ain’t it guys?
Some native netizens apparently didn’t perceive this, and took it upon themselves to mock one of many world’s hottest musicians. Some wonderful guts of metal they’ve there. These netizens started commenting on the publish, telling her that ‘babi’ means ‘pig’ in Bahasa Melayu, and made enjoyable of it, which induced Dua to ultimately take away and exchange the phrase with a extra universally-understood time period.
Let me clap for you folks. Nice job guys, splendid work. *clap*
Fortunately, rational native followers of Dua got here to her defence, and apologised to the songstress within the feedback. In addition they denounced the impolite messages posted, in efforts to avoid wasting Malaysia from being blacklisted from any singer’s future actions.
Now guys, we stay in a multiracial nation, so respect is little question well-drilled in our minds since younger, proper? So let’s practise this so as to earn the respect of others too!