A.S.S. has received a response from ExxonMobil over the Malaysian Bosco Chew’s postings. ExxonMobil has denied having any employee by the name of Bosco Chew.

It now appears that not only has Bosco Chew impersonated a Singaporean model, he has been using fake details of himself to “promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different races or classes”.

Will Bosco Chew receive the same kind of treatment as Amos Yee?

Read ExxonMobil’s statement here.

“We refer to the post submitted by Farhan this morning at 11.06am, citing comments by Bosco Chew.

We do not have an employee by the name of Bosco Chew in ExxonMobil Singapore. As such, we would be grateful if you could remove all references to our company from the article.
ExxonMobil’s policies prohibit all forms of discrimination in any company workplace, anywhere in the world. We support a work environment that values diversity and inclusion, and have numerous inclusive programs and policies that help make ExxonMobil a great place to work.

ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd”

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