AMID the tense political environment on social media, there are moments to cherish like the one where netizens are sharing tips with the Bangi MP Syahredzan Johan on how to eat the mooncake.The debate is indeed interesting, with netizens on the X platform joining the MP in the discussion after he shared a photo of himself eating the mooncake with the caption stating that those supporting Perikatan Nasional (PN) would be angry at him for doing so. Some users suggested that he was eating a full mooncake and that it was meant to be shared. The photo shows the MP putting a fork on the cake as if he were going to dig into it for a little feast.
Bila saya post gambar ni saya memang agak puak Pelampau Nasional akan kepanasan.
Seperti saya jangkakan, memang tak senang duduk. Siap kata kuih bulan tiada yang halal hahahah
Otak jumud. Sebab itu sokong Pelampau Nasional. 😝 pic.twitter.com/6wBfTI2QK8
— Syahredzan Johan (@syahredzan) September 30, 2023
(If I post this picture, I know the National Extremists will get heated. Just as I expected, they’re never content. They even claim there’s no halal mooncake, hahahaha! Closed-minded thinking. That’s why I support the National Extremists.)
halal tu letak tepi dulu…. kenapa makan seketul sorang macam ni 😭😭😭😭 bukan kena makan small portion n kongsi2 ke.. the calorie perghhhhhh https://t.co/malZOezR8z
— ALAN (@IniAlalalannn) September 30, 2023
(The halal topic can wait for now.. Why eat an entire mooncake like this, instead of eating a small portion and sharing it.. The amount of calories….)
Kuih Bulan xde yg halal ?
Kalo dulu ye aku percaya… xde yg halal
Tapi sekarang ade BAKER’s COTTAGE
Beli kat situ… HALAL
Orang Cina pun pandai , mereka beli dari BAKER’s COTTAGE utk pada kawan2 Melayu… ade je Orang Cina yg hormat Agama / Bangsa lain…
— Zuraidah Mohd Nor (@MamaZuera) September 30, 2023
(There are no halal mooncakes? I used to believe that they were not halal. However, there is Bakers Cottage and you can buy the halal version there. Non-Muslims know to purchase these cakes from Baker’s Cottage for their Muslim friends. There are several Chinese Malaysians who respect others.) – Oct 1, 2023