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Sodomy is Back in M’sia Politics Again: This Man Admitted to Having Gay Sex with Minister

Just yesterday (Jun 11), viral videos of two men caressing and embracing each other naked on bed went viral on social media.

In the videos, a man was seen giving fellatio on his partner, which is alleged to be a Cabinet minister. He was also seen spooning the alleged Minister from behind, possibly having anal sex.

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The videos did not expose any private parts and a foreign news bulletin was heard playing in the background.

While the video was massively circulated among Malaysians yesterday, Datuk Lokman Noor Adam lodged a police report on the same day, Utusan Online reported.

Source: Utusan

Making his way to Putrajaya District Police Headquarters at around 3pm, Lokman, an UMNO supreme council member, also urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate the alleged minister’s suspicious receipt of USD 741,440 (RM3 million) which dated December 2017.

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However, netizens were quick to point out grammatical errors in the receipt, saying “AMOUNT SEND” should be spelt “AMOUNT SENT” and the “advice” is also spelt wrongly in “INTERNATIONAL FUND TRANSFER ADVISE.”

This morning at 2.31am, a man named Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz announced in a Facebook video that he is the person in the leaked gay sex videos.

“I, Haziq Aziz, am making a sworn confession that I am the individual with (the minister) in the video which went viral yesterday.

“The video was taken without my permission on May 11 during the Sandakan by-election in (his) room at Hotel Four Points,” said the man arrogantly, as if there is no remorse over his sodomy act.

Haziq continued to say that the minister is not fit to be in a leader in the country, and again, urged MACC to investigate the minister for “corruption.”

Source: SCMP

The minister of this controversy did not respond to the issue immediately yesterday but The Star reported that he attended this morning’s weekly Cabinet meeting as usual.

However, it is highlighted that the minister arrived at Putrajaya earlier to speak to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir for 20 minutes. The content of their discussion is not known.

Dr Mahathir said yesterday night that he was unaware of the gay sex videos and even prompted the journalist to describe the scenes − as tongue in cheek of course.

Source: Malaysiakini

Haziq did name Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali as his intimate partner in the video, which he did not know Azmin was filming secretly.

In the wake of the controversy today, Azmin’s wife has taken to Twitter to defend her husband, FMT reported.

“A believer believes in the decrees of Allah. In desperation for worldly matters, men forget and earn God’s condemnation,” wrote Shamsidar Taharin, citing from the Quran that slander is worse than murder.

Azmin’s son and daughter also gave their words of encouragement to their father on Twitter.

An hour ago (5pm), Straits Time reported Azmin has responded to the issue and stated that he is not the person in the videos.

“I categorically deny this vicious libel upon me.

“This is nothing but a nefarious plot to assassinate my reputation and character in an attempt to destroy my political career,” said Azmin in a press release.

Source: Strait Times

Azmin is PKR deputy president and is also speculated by some that he could be the next Deputy Prime Minister when Datuk Sri Anwar Ibrahim succeeds Dr Mahathir, The Star reported.

Source: Straits Times

Daughter of Anwar, Nurul Izzah, has voiced out her concerns over this recent controversy as her father Anwar was also a victim of sodomy charges.

“It’s a sad day for Malaysia as the sordidness of gutter politics rears its ugly head again,” wrote Nurul Izzah on her Facebook.

“It has no other objective than to spell an end to the career, reputation and character of leaders utilising dirty and scurrilous personal attacks and fitna.”

She sympathized with the men involved as well as their family members. She concluded by asking Malaysians to focus on the development of the nation instead − a point that is also echoed by BN’s Khairy Jamaluddin.

Source: The Star

Khairy wrote on his Instagram story that, “Politics is a tough profession. Some days, it’s dirty. Some days, it’s downright filthy.

“Today it stinks to the high heaven.

“Seriously, we are already a nation traumatised by slanders of the past. Do we really want to expose another generation to despicable allegations with the sole intent of destroying someone’s character?

“If you come across sordid news today involving our politics, look away.

“Vile filth thrives when it’s given attention.”

You can watch Haziq’s confession video on the next page.

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