Daiyan Trisha addresses criticism, donates RM100,000 to Gaza

KOUSALYA SELVAM
KOUSALYA SELVAM
14 May 2024 12:35pm
Following the criticism in the boycott list by the Blockout 2024 movement, singer Daiyan Trisha stepped forward to defend herself by revealing her donation to Gaza amounting to RM100,000.
Following the criticism in the boycott list by the Blockout 2024 movement, singer Daiyan Trisha stepped forward to defend herself by revealing her donation to Gaza amounting to RM100,000.
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SHAH ALAM - Singer Daiyan Trisha has come forward to address criticism from the Blockout 2024 movement, defending herself by revealing a donation of RM100,000 to Gaza.

In an Instagram Story post, Daiyan explained her ongoing support for her Muslim brothers and sisters in Palestine.

"Allah knows. Everyone has their own way. Everyone has their own tests.

"Only Allah knows our intentions. Allah's acceptance, only He knows.

"I never once forget about my brothers and sisters in Palestine. I apologise if my ways don't align with what you desire," she wrote.

Daiyan, who is originally known as Daiyan Trisha Mohd Nasaruddin also apologised and pledged to improve her assistance to the Palestinian people.

"It's okay, I accept all criticisms. Please continue your efforts for our brothers and sisters in Palestine through various means, as that is the most important thing.

"This is the best I can do at the moment based on the situation and circumstances. I apologise. I will try to do better. All prayers for Palestine," she added.

Daiyan shared payment receipts as proof of her donations of RM100,000 to four different organisations to help victims in Palestine.

Daiyan shared proof of payment receipts for donations to help the war victims in Palestine through four different organisations, with the total donations amounting to RM100,000.
Daiyan shared proof of payment receipts for donations to help the war victims in Palestine through four different organisations, with the total donations amounting to RM100,000.

Responding to claims that she had not previously shared about Palestine on her social media platforms, Daiyan clarified that she has been consistently posting and sharing about the genocide in Gaza.

"Another thing, I have never stopped sharing about Palestine on Instagram before.

"You can see it all on my Instagram. So, this sharing was not done suddenly. Perhaps sometimes I forget. Thank you for the reminder, I appreciate it," she said.

The Blockout 2024 movement emerged on social media to boycott world celebrities collaborating with products supporting Zionist activities in Palestinian lands.

Daiyan shared proof of payment receipts for donations to help the war victims in Palestine through four different organisations, with the total donations amounting to RM100,000.
Daiyan shared proof of payment receipts for donations to help the war victims in Palestine through four different organisations, with the total donations amounting to RM100,000.

The movement expresses disappointment towards celebrities who promote or support Israel-related products on social media.

Prominent names currently boycotted include Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Blackpink, Lady Gaga, and Justin Bieber.

Malaysian netizens have also voiced concerns, listing celebrities allegedly promoting products supporting Israel without hesitation.

Besides Daiyan, Malaysian netizens listed Siti Saleha, Nabila Razali, Nadhir Nasar, Mira Filzah, Neelofa, Awal Ashaari, Scha Alyahya, and many more.

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