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Former IGP Musa Hassan Says Don’t Speculate Amidst Viral Video Clips

Former IGP Musa Hassan Says Don’t Speculate Amidst Viral Video Clips

Those who speculate will face legal action, says former IGP.

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Several clips of what looked like a domestic dispute have had social media tongues wagging since earlier this evening.

The clips were shared by a Telegram account called Edisi Siasat, in which they alleged the man seen in it, wearing a red helmet is a former Inspector-General of Police (IGP).

The clips were believed to have been shot by a woman who was arguing with the man, however she was not in any of the shots and only her voice could be heard. There was also a child spotted in the clips.

It is unclear what they were arguing about but it sounded like a financial and property-related dispute.

Netizens were quick to tag former IGP Tan Sri Musa Hassan, 72, on Twitter where the clips had been shared by several accounts, among them @makcikbawangmu and @helahhidup.

At 6.21pm, Musa who tweets under the handle @TSMusaHassan replied to @IzzraifHarz who tagged him, saying: “Parents fighting depan anak. Idk what’s the context tho..pls explain @TSMusaHassan.”

While he did not make any admissions directly to being the man in the video, Musa said: “This is a private family problem. Do not get involved. Those who make speculations will face legal action.”

Another user @bernardleeym asked the former IGP how was it considered speculation when it was caught on video.

Musa was married to Juriah Ahmad. She passed away in 2019 at the age of 73. It is not known if Musa remarried or had taken a second wife.

Earlier, several Twitter users shared a news article from 1 March by Harian Metro titled “Former senior police officer hits second wife?”.

The article said KL police chief Datuk Azmi Abu Kassim confirmed receiving a report where the second wife of a high-ranking former police officer alleged she had been hit by her husband at their home. The report was lodged on 1 March at 8pm at the Taman Tun Dr Ismail police station.

The former police officer had also lodged a report on the same day at 3pm through his lawyer where he alleged he was hit with a helmet.

There has been no confirmation so far that the domestic dispute reported by Harian Metro is linked to the viral clips.


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