Homosexual sex video said to involve Cabinet minister circulating via WhatsApp

Another WhatsApp group was initiated by ‘Saifuddin Abdullah’. This group had participants who were mainly journalists. Source (pic): Khaleej Times

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today said he knows nothing about a homosexual video clip circulating on social media that allegedly features one of his Cabinet members.

A series of short videos lasting roughly 1.34-minutes have been making the rounds on social media. The clips show two men, one who resembles a minister in the current administration, getting intimate with each other.


PUTRAJAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today claimed he knew nothing of a homosexual video clip circulating on social media allegedly featuring a member of his Cabinet.

Speaking to a news conference after chairing the third Economic Action Council, the prime minister said the matter was new to him and that he could not comment it yet.

“I’ve not heard of it.


“If I don’t know about it, I cannot comment yet,” he said.

According to the Malay Mail Online, series of short videos lasting roughly 1.34-minutes have been making the rounds on social media. The clips show two men, one who resembles a minister in the current administration, getting intimate with each other.

A Singaporean based portal claimed the Prime Minister told reporters to “brief me about it”

The portal read:

“While Malaysiakini is unable to establish the authenticity of the video clip, a person named ‘Faizal’ added Malaysiakini staff and several notable Sabah People’s Justice Party (Malay: Parti Keadilan Rakyat /PKR) leaders as group participants.

“Another WhatsApp group was initiated by ‘Saifuddin Abdullah’. This group had participants who were mainly journalists.

“Malaysia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Saifuddin Abdullah, who is also a PKR member, stressed that he was not behind the Whatsapp group.

“He told the media, “The said person is masquerading around in the WhatsApp groups and we will let the authorities investigate this matter”.

“Another sex video circulating in 2011 was linked to then-opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

“The latter denied that he was the man in the Feb 21 sex video revealed to journalists earlier Monday.

“I sternly deny this scurrilous attack”, he said, adding that he was at home with PKR staff, his wife, children, grandchildren and tweeting on that day and at that time.”

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