Oh and #DearNajib , dah lama tak balik Malaysia ni. Ticket mahal. Payung sikit boleh?
— jimiecheng (@jimiecheng) August 3, 2015
MACC (Malaysian Anti- Corruption) announced in a statement on Monday that the RM2.6 billion deposited in Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal bank accounts did not come from 1MDB (1Malaysia Development Berhad) and the money was from “donor contribution”, without revealing who are the donors.
Following that, the Internet has exploded with netizens sharing the news on social media. On Twitter, the hashtag #DearNajib picked up speed and is trending in the Malaysia Twittersphere. Twitter users are using the hashtag to direct personal short letters to PM Najib and they certainly have a lot to say. Here are 6 types of #DearNajib ‘hate mail’ that are trending on Twitter.
1. Proactive netizens asking for donations.
2. The Hairstyle Police.
#DearNajib – tahukah anda RM2.6 billion dapat bantu Kak Mah wat rambut skali set RM1,200 sebanyak 21,666,666 kali (siap ada baki)
— ??? ??? (@iamjoelee) August 3, 2015
#DearNajib at least guna lah a small amount from that 2.6b pi Yun Nam Hair Care
— Gracie (@shookethgracie) August 3, 2015
3. People who are flabbergasted at his official statements.
And even though this isn’t from Twitter, we just had to include it.
4. The jokers.
— MY (@myusairi_myusof) August 4, 2015
— ???????? (@joezaluchi) August 4, 2015
— Reno Quek (@renoraine) August 4, 2015
Should people stop twitting #dearNajib because only Rosmah can call him Dear?
— WJLee(Wen Jun) (@leewenjunWJLee) August 4, 2015
5. People ‘genuinely’ asking him for advice.
#DearNajib can u teach me how to get donation? I've been tryin real hard to get funds for my rescue team. We save lives but no one cares
— Jenilyn A. (@HibernateBunny) August 4, 2015
#DearNajib my mum's working like 3 extra jobs to support our family. a little help maybe? it won't use up all ur donation money, i promise ?
— trash (@maintrash) August 4, 2015
#DearNajib can you teach me the secret how to make people donate RM2.6 billion to my account?
— [ ] (@NelsonAG97) August 3, 2015
6. Desperate ones begging for him to resign.
#DearNajib please resign,it's an embarrassment to have you as our PM
— Reza Al Badri Shah (@RezaAlBadri) August 4, 2015
And of course, among the haters, there are the fan girls.