A video showing a man allegedly giving RM100,000 in cold, hard cash using a Supreme spray gun at a nightclub in Subang has recently surfaced online.
The video was part of a series of Instagram stories posted by local influencer Gatita Yan and was later reposted to Facebook and Twitter.
Money, money, money
In the video, a man clad in black t-shirt is seen holding a Supreme spray gun and putting a stack of RM50 notes into the barrel before gleefully spraying it towards the public.
A loud cheer could be heard as the bank notes floated in the air for a few seconds before slowly falling onto the ground.
The camera then cuts to a table laden with stacks of crisp RM50 banknotes.
After receiving “positive” feedback from the public, the man then loads up another round, this time stuffing more RM50 banknotes into the Supreme spray gun.
The incident is believed to have taken place last night (May 16), but Gatita has since deleted the Instagram stories at press time.
RM100k in total
Following the video’s virality, Gatita urged members of the public not to hurl verbal attacks at the man for his actions, adding that he was a talented person.
He is a very capable person, which is why he can be quite impulsive at times. I hope everyone can be kind and not attack him with words. We appreciate everyone and are great. I love you all!
In a separate Instagram story, Gatita also shared a video of her spraying money to the public and gave a shoutout to the man as well.
“LHDN is coming”
The video has since sparked a a strong reaction from netizens, who felt that the man’s behavior was over-the-top and felt that the money could’ve been used better.
“It would be more meaningful if the money was used to help the poor.”
Others commented that the man’s financial days may be numbered soon after flaunting his wealth in such an outrageous manner.
“I believe the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) is coming to visit him soon.”
Some also asked for the man to share out the money with them if he planned to do it again in the future.
“Can you throw bricks of money into my house the next time you want to give it out?”
“Please @ me if you have events like this next time.”
A netizen felt that the man was simply spending his own money as he liked and that others had no right to judge him.
“This is his money and it’s up to him how he wants to spend it. Why must you claim to have the higher moral ground?”
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Cover Images via Instagram (Gatita Yan)
Editor: Sarah Yeoh