Malaysian minister allegedly in ‘Sex video’ attends weekly Cabinet meeting

The Star said the minister in question had a meeting with the M'sian PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday morning before the Cabinet meeting but the topic of conversation was not revealed

Picture Credit: Video grab of Mahathir with Azmin Ali

A Malaysian minister said to be in a gay sex video attended the weekly Cabinet meeting yesterday (June 12) but it was before the video was released to the public.

Malaysian newspaper, The Star reported that the minister was seen at the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Office at the Perdana Putra Complex before the Cabinet meeting.

Earlier this morning, a man confessed that the sex video was real, and that it recorded him and the minister but the recording was done against his will adding that the minister was not fit to be a leader.
The Star said the minister had a meeting with PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad yesterday morning before the Cabinet meeting but the topic of conversation was not revealed and the meeting was scheduled last week.
Dr Mahathir was asked whether he is aware of a video and lewd pictures of a federal minister in circulation, to which he replied ‘Maybe you can brief me and show me the video’.

Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz, who is the senior private secretary to Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin, named the minister in a video posted on his Facebook page.

The video, showing a man who resembles the minister engaging in sexual acts has started to spread early yesterday morning.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activist Numan Afifi condemned Haziq for associating sex scandals with corruption, saying it is an insult to the lives of young people to be deprived of basic livelihood and dignity because of their gender identity and sexuality.

Numan’s statement came in the wake of a gay sex video of a man, purportedly a federal minister that has gone viral, followed by a confession by the man who then asked that the minister be probed for corruption.

“It is so insulting to see these sex scandals being associated with a vague mention of corruption – as if you are a corrupt politician, then you must be ‘sexually deviant’ somehow,” Numan says on his Facebook page today.

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