Tag Archives: Insincere

WAS PUBLIC CRYING APOLOGY BY TOA PAYOH HAWKER BULLIES TRULY SINCERE?

The apology made by the lady is totally insincere and she doesn't seem to be sorry for the whole incident. First, she quoted that she can't stand out to apologize as investigation is on going. Is this really true that the police will stop someone from going to say sorry? She should had turn herself in when the viral video is out. Second, she mentioned that she is the sole caregiver to her grandmother. How can we know if she did not employ any caretaker to take care of her grandmother.

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FISH & CO BLASTED FOR INSINCERE NS50 PROMO, NSFS ALL TRAPPED IN CAMP HOW TO ENJOY?

Fish & Co's NS50 50% promotion backfired after netizens blasted the food outlet for its insincere promotions. The main bugbear netizens took issue with was the poorly thought out promotion timings. To qualify for the NS50 promotions, NSFs need to patronize the outlet from Monday to Thurs (Full Day) or on Fridays (before 5pm). Many visibly upset netizens said, how possible is it for NSFs who are stuck in the army camps to come out on Mondays to Thursdays to enjoy the offers and when they finally book out from camp at 6pm, the promotion is no longer valid as it ends just before book out time.

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Roy Ngerng’s insincere apology shows his lack of integrity

If what PM Lee's lawyer said in the ST are true, then it is political suicidal for Roy Ngerng Yi Ling! What bother me is since you agreed to remove the posting and video, why do other planning other than removing? By not removing, you are counting yourself against the drawback of more defamation suits and making a mockery on yourself by the PAP supporters...How can you next time convince your supporters. For one I highly value integrity...

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LHL lawyer Davinder: Insincere Roy Ngerng must remove 4 other blogposts and a video

The law firm representing Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday (May 26) sent a letter to blogger Roy Ngerng saying his published apology to a previous post "was not and never meant to be genuine", and demanding that he remove four further blogposts and a YouTube video. Mr Ngerng was first issued a legal request on May 19 to remove an article referencing Mr Lee that the Prime Minister's lawyers said had been "published maliciously". The blogger removed the post that night, and on Friday submitted his apology via a legal letter as well as a post published on his "Heart Truths" website.

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