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We are sorry that some of our fans feel offended by the video which was not our intention.” After that apology failed to stem the tide of outrage, the company released another apology yesterday.
It read: “The 15-minute video was inspired by the Malay legend Dayang Senandong made popular in the 1965 movie “” video is not in-line with the values that we hold dearly in Malaysia.
Her face is covered with a long head scarf and the merchant asks her to show him her face.
She dutifully complies and upon her revealing her face, which was obviously painted with black make up, Al-Kazam and those present at his courtyard gasp in horror clearly, because her face is so dark. To make the matter worse, this campaign features some of Malaysia’s biggest personalities and celebrities starring in it such as Uqasha Senrose, Kamal Adli, Raja Ilya, Ruhainies, Sasha Saidin, Amber Chia, Thanuja and Alvin Chong.