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Telegram group chat sharing nudes of SG women has more than 40K members

The invite only group is called SG Nasi Lemak and shows women in compromising positions with many looking like what appear to be under-age girls




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A Telegram group chat sharing pornographic photos of local girls and women was recently publicly outed. The group had amassed more than 40,000 members.

It was also reported to have shared photos of young women in compromising positions without their permission.

YouTuber Dee Kosh and singer Sezairi Sezali took to their Twitter accounts to criticize the invite-only Telegram group called, ‘SG Nasi Lemak’.

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Many took to social media to criticize the group as well, sharing screenshots of messages and members in the group.

Twitter user @Sajidvhhh posted a Twitter thread on Monday sharing photos and videos, including nudes, taken from the group. @Sajidvhhh, who also posted video clips purporting to show members of the group, covered the faces of the women. Many have commented on social media speculating that a lot of the women looked to be minors.

One user even defended the group chat, adding that if girls were afraid of their nude photos being leaked, they should “Not post any sexy photos flauting (sic) your assets”.

Some who posted on Twitter also said that the group was not accessible to iPhone users, but could be accessed by Android users.

Along with leaked photos, some screenshots appeared to show members looking to trade info on illicit activities such as buying contraband like vaping pens. /TISG

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