Beauty care products business person Aliff Syukri Kamarzaman gave his assertion to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) today regarding a disputable Hari Raya video cut.
He showed up at the MCMC base camp here at 9.58am and left at 2.41pm.
When met by columnists, Aliff said he was sorry to the people who were outraged by the video and trusted that his family wouldn’t be hauled into the matter.
“Everything went without a hitch. Much obliged to you, MCMC, for treating me well. I am sorry to all who were annoyed by my melody and video,” he said.
The video cut, portraying a gathering of male artists in make-up who showed womanly way of behaving, had sought contention as it was supposed to be unsatisfactory for public utilization, particularly during Ramadan.
Recently, interchanges and mixed media serve Annuar Musa said MCMC had given notification to every one of the people distinguished in the video to turn up at its central command.
He said MCMC’s underlying survey of the video cut showed that there were an adequate number of explanations behind a test to be directed and accordingly, an examination paper had been opened under Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA).