[Watch] Perak Couple Does Happy TikTok Dance After Getting Divorce, But Netizens Are Unhappy About It
Despite the former couple’s cheerful attitude, netizens seemed unhappy with the dance video.
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There’s an old saying that goes “if you love someone, set them free”, and it appears that one
married formerly married couple in Perak really took the idea to heart and ran danced with it.
In a video that’s making views online, a couple of divorcees took a second to make a TikTok dance video when their marriage allegedly came to an end.
The short clip which had a caption that wrote “I’m officially a JANDA today,” (“Janda” means a divorcee or a widow, just FYI) saw a man and a woman performing a coordinated dance number outside the Teluk Intan Muslim Administration office with what people assume to be their divorce papers.
In the caption, the janda also thanked the ex-husband for taking care of her during the course of their relationship and hopes that he finds a better soulmate.
Despite the former couple’s merry attitude, people online seem to be rather upset by their actions.
Comments from netizens alluded that the divorcees should’ve been embarrassed that their marriage had ended instead of doing a happy dance.
Cerai pun post dekat tik tok siap menari dgn bekas suami.— ارينا (@arinaattashaa) December 8, 2021
Caption pulak “Officially janda.”.
Dunia akhir zaman.
Kat komen,org salahkan ibubapa tak didik..
Salah individu,mak ayah kena tempias.
Apabila malu tlh hilang,maka berbuatlah sesuka hatimu pic.twitter.com/qrzGBZuoiO
Lepas cerai, kua dr pjbt agama, buat content menari seronok bercerai— @ciksepi (@ciksepi2) December 9, 2021
Akhir zaman sgt dh ni. Dh xde rase malu
Benda halal yang Allah x suka adalah CERAI
pelihara la kami dr fitnah akhir zaman
Between January and June 2021, Malaysian Syariah courts reported 71,806 Muslim divorce cases.
This roughly equates to around 132 couples choosing to break up their ensemble, every single day.
It’s pointed out that financial troubles, domestic abuse, external pressures and other afflictions such as depression were among the top reasons why couples choose to split up.
Read More: Malaysian Muslims Couples Are Getting Divorced Over Covid-19 Vaccines
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