Monday, April 07, 2008

Sufiah is happy

When I posted about Sufiah Yusof@Shilpa Lee turning to vice last week, I had the highest recorded number of hits, even higher from the days of HINDRAF and General Election 2008. I found my fellow Malaysian bloggers blogging about her, suggesting she needs 'help' and even the government offered to go all the way to Manchester to 'pull her back into the right path'. While I could understand the bloggers' sentiment, I couldn't digest the government's so called Save Sufiah Project. Come on!

  • First, she is NOT a Malaysian, Sufiah is a half Malaysian who may not even consider herself as one of us.
  • Second, we have more issues at home to be taken care at, rather than hunting down a full-grown woman who has chosen her path.
  • Third, its high time the government stop trying to seek publicity via sensationalised issues like this one - you are in dire need of taking care of your own self here, okie?

I was holding my comments when I posted about her earlier. That's so typical of me - I usually take time to observe before I comment on anything, and this has turned out to be a good thing now. Sufiah has given a blasting tell-all kinda interview, telling the world how happy she is leading her own life.

Sufiah decided to CONFESS ALL after we revealed how the former child prodigy was working as a £130-an-hour prostitute while studying for a masters in economics.

"People think escorting is sleazy and terrible but I don't see it like that," she says. "I've always had a high sex drive—and now I'm getting all the sex I want—and guys are much better in bed with an escort than a girlfriend.

"I have men who are thrilled about my passion for mathematics. In fact one made me recite equations while he pleasured me, then I gave him oral sex while he chatted about algebra. It drove him wild."

And brainbox Sufiah has worked out that subtracting your respectability to become a prostitute can equal big money.

She has told us a long story about her past and current life, complete with sexy pictures and a video HERE.

My say - if she has chosen what to do with her life, we should just leave her alone. She is not a 15-year old kid who ran away from Oxford anymore. She is a full grown woman who knows what she is doing, and we just have to treat her that way.


BobbyT said...

If I am not wrong, she is a British citizen now, because Malaysia does not approve dual-citizenship, and apparently she accepted her British citizenship...

mmuurrllyy said...

btw...she is pretty.
huhu...malaysian are like wonder if she is still a muslim..

Keshi said...

**First, she is NOT a Malaysian, Sufiah is a half Malaysian who may not even consider herself as one of us

Ammy dear, does it matter if Sufiah is 1/2 or 3/4 or 1/5 Malaysian? She's still a lil Malaysian and a humanbeing right?


tulipspeaks said...

@ bobby T

she can be a Briton. Its okie. but i dont like to see these ppl to justify a 'trip' to UK citing Sufiah.

@ mmuurrllyy

religion doesn't matter here i think. she is liberal. i like that attitude but yes, i am shocked at her confession. again, she made her choice.


tulipspeaks said...

@ keshi

nah keshi. I'm not questioning her rights as a Malaysian or feelings as a humanbeing. In fact, i sympathize with her.

My anger & disappointment is with Malaysian authorities (gov & religious). One group thinks that she is possessed with evil and need help.another group thinks she needs to be guided back to the right path through religious teaching. And they want to go all the way to Mancaster looking for Sufiah. What is the point Keshi? There are many women here pushed to prostitution against their will. Don't they need help more than Sufiah? There is young girl by the name Sharlinee (5yrs) missing for 2 months now. Shouldn't they be looking for her instead?

Instead, publicity is what they want. Publicity in the name of Sufiah. This is a selfish act, Keshi. and I am ashamed to see all this happening.


Keshi said...

aww I missed out on reading the last bit of the post. My mistake. Im so sorry hun. I take back that first comment.

** if she has chosen what to do with her life, we should just leave her alone.

Excatly my view of it!

*HUGZ* I miss ya :(


puvanan said...

My Dear Government and Police,

Leave Sufiah alone. Please go find Sharlinie and Namawi who is still missing - They are Malaysians who really deserve your immediate attention, instead of approaching Sufiah who is thousands of miles away, not wanting to see any of your faces on her doorsteps.

Seal in Astral said...

she knows wht she wants and she is doing but, but you know you know (dont worry I will know say like Burma and Mayanmar, I know it is the same country, not like the earlier Minister....) some people will take his perception as the law and will comment on recently "to make it fair for both" they wanted to place Syariah Law on non-muslims .... stupid fellow. Grow up!

Seal in Astral said...

Puvanan, "Leave Sufiah alone. Please go find Sharlinie and Namawi who is still missing " wander if all these years we only had this 2 kids went missing....why others was not taken as serious as this?

ethel said...

I think we should just leave her alone. Whatever path she chose, let her be. Like you said, she's a full grown woman. Just because her mother is a Malaysian doesn't give us the right to interfere with her life/job etc. There are better things to see or help back here, in our own country..

My two cents! :-)

Dawn....सेहर said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.
I see here an interesting post, probably hv to read the previous posts on this same topic.
Seems for a good cause!
Keep up the good work


Ratu Syura said...

Yalah.. all this bull about trying to 'save' her!! Cmon laa.. she doesn't even want to be 'saved'. That's her choice.. We have other pressing matters in our country..

Keshi said...

Ammu come n check out my doll :)


anits said...

haha puvan...yea our government have more better things to tey btr concentrate on that :D

queen quirin said...

Hi 1st time here. Nice Blog.

Think we just read and learn that's all we need to do. She does not want to be help. She state it clearly that that's the path that she's happy with so what? Let her be.

I agree with the other comment that we should concentrate with the real matter happening in our own country.

Dear "sirs" don't look for a cheap publicity. Do spend the rakyat's money wisely or else your votes will became lesser and lesser

tulipspeaks said...

@ puvanan

nalla soninge! hi-5!

@ seal in astral

growing up? *sigh.. i think they still have a long way to go..