Previously, there were pictures circulating online where there are people wearing MUDA’s t-shirt sitting around a table full of beer cans and bottles. There were also accusations saying that those ‘MUDA members’ in the photos were using flood relief aid to buy alcohol.
The accusations were later debunked by MUDA’s co-founder Syed Saddiq as a sabotage attempt by other political parties.
Hari ini saya pakai bukan baju MUDA.
No problemkan? pic.twitter.com/m5q3ptaGlJ
— Syed Saddiq (@SyedSaddiq) January 16, 2022
Yesterday morning, Syed Saddiq posted a tweet with a photo of him wearing a t-shirt ‘bukan baju muda’ with the caption, “GM! Today I am not wearing MUDA clothes. No problem right?”
“Don’t worry, this is not a MUDA shirt, you can style it anywhere you want without obstacles because this is not a MUDA shirt,” a netizen replied.
A few weeks ago, the Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (MUDA) president was criticised online for wearing a white shirt while getting his booster shot as some claimed it was inappropriate.
Kauorang tengoklah perangai dia ni… Takleh pakai baju yg sesuai sikit nak ambik 3rd dose?.. Camni yg segilintir budak muda sanjung pic.twitter.com/fEZ5QtPZYD
— MYNEWSHUB (@mynewshub) January 4, 2022
In response to the criticism, Syed Saddiq reprimanded those who attempted to find fault over his photo.
“Wear white shirt also wrong?” said the former youth and sports minister.
“I just got back from an interview with the media to talk about flood (relief) missions.”
“Seriously, don’t you have anything better to do?”
Pakai Kemeja putih kerja pun salah 😅
Saya baru balik dari wawancara dengan media berkenaan misi banjir.
Seriously. Don’t you have anything better to do? https://t.co/O8y15CEDGM
— Syed Saddiq (@SyedSaddiq) January 4, 2022
The MUDA shirt turns out to be from a society named illumudati and its product, the T-Shirt Bukan Baju MUDA is actually available online for RM49.90.
With every purchase of the t-shirt, RM5 will be donated to maribantu.my and you’ll also get a free sticker.