Namewee’s moving Mother’s Day tribute goes viral

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The angry young man comes good and shows his softer side. Namewee, along with his mother, has outdone himself with this lovely Mother’s Day tribute. Over 800,000 people have already viewed it.

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Lapala

Fellow Muar boy blogger NKKhoo once rrgular commentator on anilnetto.com, dislike him like many out of envy?

Though namewee may be controversial to many, he is creatively daring to speak justice via his video so that once taboo subjects have now being openly discussed to overcome mental barriers on deemed sensitive issues e.g. TNB blackout and Negaraku.

YGC

Nkkhoo has now turned health blogger, dare not talk about local politics after being warned repeatedly by MCMC.

Jive

Nkkhoo.com with it loud mouth anti malware and umno finally toned down, or rather clamped down, to become health (licensenced yo speak?).

Latest is that namewee has just been nominated among Hong kong and Taiwan artists as best singer awards. A truly contrasting fortunes for these 2 Muar loose cannons.

Bharathi

He is more talented than most of the malay artists.
Too bad the local TV stations discriminates non malays.

james k

He is more talented than even the non-Malay artists. No point racial profiling artists. Talent transcends race, culture and religion. He is simply a talented artist. Period.
He can sing, write his own songs, act, write and direct his own movies and is actively involved and vocal on social /political issues.

Yes he may be crass and crude sometimes and I disagree with some of his ways, but he speaks his mind. He is someone Malaysians can be proud of.

Don’t forget that he has fans overseas as well, esp Taiwan where he is quite well known.

Guan Chiang

Name we wrote and produced the hit song ‘Malaysian Chabor’ for Joyce Chu: