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Shanmugam Defends Video He Made With "Ah Lian"

Shanmugam Defends Video He Made With "Ah Lian"

Minister Shanmugam have come out to defend his heavily criticised viral video that he made with "Ah Lian", played by actress Michelle Chong. The video was released just a few days before the Fake News Bill was read and subsequently approved in Parliament, and the video was branded by netizens as the PAP's way to justify why Fake News Law is necessary.

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VIRAL COFFEESHOP FIGHT VIDEO IS FAKE, MARKETING VIDEO FOR GEYLANG BAZAAR DRINK STALL

Thank you for picking up the video and putting it into your site. Indeed, the netizens (and your team of course) are right. It was indeed a staged video, all aimed at promoting the Word Gangster Buckets during the Geylang Bazaar this month of Ramadan. We'll give discounts to anyone who shows us the viral fighting video at the bazaar! Remember to drop by

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BULLIED SHUQUN STUDENTS ENDURED BULLYING FOR A LONG TIME

Fresh revelations from the Shuqun Secondary School bullying case suggests that that the 2 students who were at the receiving end of the bullying have been silently enduring the bully's actions for a long time. According to the 38 year-old aunt of one of the boys in the video, this was not the first time her nephew had been bullied by the same boy. The aunt, who declined to be named, added that if not for the video, the bullying would have gone unnoticed.

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SCDF OFFICERS WHO TRASHED BUNK CHARGED FOR MISBEHAVIOR

23 Singapore Civil Defence Force officers who had damaged property in their dormitory at the Civil Defence Academy are facing disciplinary action after one of the officers uploaded 2 videos of their misdeeds online late in April. The clips spread quickly through social media, which prompted the SCDF to launch investigations into the officers' misbehavior. The SCDF told the media today that 9 regular and 14 National Service Full-time (NSF) officers had been involved in the incident on 24th April this year.

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CANADIAN WHO THREW BIKE ON CAR IN ROAD RAGE INCIDENT FINED $2,500

40 year-old Jason Blair Unger was fined $2,500 on Monday by the Singapore courts today after pleading guilty to committing an act of mischief by throwing his bicycle on the bonnet of a car in a road rage incident. Unger's actions caused damages to parts of the car's bonet near the headlights and registration plate. Fortunately for his victim, the video was uploaded online and shared widely across the internet.

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JOHOR CROWN PRINCE UPLOADS SILENT PROTEST VIDEO AFTER BEING TOLD TO SHUT UP BY MALAYSIAN MINISTER

After being told to keep quiet and stay out of politics by Malaysia's Tourism and Culture Minister Nazri Aziz, the sultan of Johor simply uploaded a 17 second video of himself, sitting in a chair looking out into a garden. When the camera closes in on him, Tunku Ismail turns to the camera and makes a "come here" gesture with his left hand. Not a single word was said, yet the defiance was not lost on his supporters. Within 5 hours after the video of Tunku Ismail was uploaded on the Johor Southern Tigers Facebook, the video has been viewed over 205,000 times and was shared just under 5,000 times.

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