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RECENTLY, a video showing a man allegedly giving out RM100,000 in cash using a Supreme spray gun at a nightclub in Subang went viral on social media. ...
Credit: Gatita Yan and China Press RECENTLY , a video showing a man allegedly giving out RM100,000 in cash using a Supreme spray gun at a nightclub in Subang went viral on social media.Sometimes, they felt they had no choice but to give up their pet, only to regret it later.Beginning May 15, pubs and nightclubs are allowed to reopen their doors after 788 days of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic, provided they comply with requirements that include mandatory Covid-19 testing, low-risk MySejahtera status, and MySJTrace being activated.× Copy URL Fire and rescue authorities in Seremban say a woman was hurt by falling debris after a Perodua Myvi crashed into a barrier on the fourth floor of a car park at the Terminal One bus stop.
Local influencer Gatita Yan posted the video in a series of Instagram stories.The video showed a man clad in a black t-shirt loading RM50 notes into the Supreme cash cannon before releasing it to the crowd, with cheers following each shot."The lady came and stayed at my home for two months and during this time told me that I must volunteer my time at the centre helping people instead of taking care of pets,’’ said Mangaiyarkarasi who is disabled had enrolled for yoga because it helped her cope with pain due to her disability and it helped her move around better.In the caption of the video, Gatita wrote that the man had supposedly ‘shot’ RM100,000 into the party."Judging from the crowd, I believe the public is just as excited as we celebrate the reopening of the entertainment sector after two years," he added.The incident is believed to have taken place on Sunday night, but Gatita has since deleted the Instagram stories at press time."Then I could walk a little with the help of a walker.According to.Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!.
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