Influencer Slammed For Buying RM170K Mercedes At 19 After Allegedly Promoting Gambling App

"I did not buy the Mercedes with the money I made doing a paid review of a gambling app," the influencer wrote.

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A social media influencer recently gained widespread attention for purchasing a Mercedes worth RM170,000 at the age of 19

In an X post that has since been deleted, the influencer conveyed her disbelief at accomplishing such a milestone at a young age. She also included photos of herself standing in front of her new vehicle.

"Alhamdulillah (praise be to God), hard to believe but I did it at 19 years old," wrote the content creator.

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Image via Instagram

Following her post, netizens began questioning how she could afford such an expensive car solely through content creating

Several X users then highlighted that the content creator allegedly earned her income by promoting a gambling app on her social media accounts.

One user shared a screenshot of an Instagram Story that the influencer purportedly posted on her account before. In the story, a follower had apparently earned RM3,561.85 on the app with a mere RM30 capital, and thanked the content creator for introducing it.

"What kind of game lets you invest RM30 and gives a return of RM3,561.85?" the user asked sarcastically.

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Another user posted a screenshot of the influencer's account, showcasing her obvious endorsement of the gambling app in her Instagram Highlights.

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In response to the criticism, the influencer then stated that she did not use her earnings from promoting the app to purchase the car

"I admit that I did a paid review service by promoting the gambling app, but I did not buy the Mercedes with the money I made from the paid review," she wrote.

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"What a dumb influencer, it's so obvious that she also gambles and launders her money. Do you think we're gullible? Stupid," replied one user.

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Following the criticism, the influencer has since deactivated her X account.

SAYS has reached out to the content creator for comments regarding the matter, but has yet to receive a reply.

In February, a 19-year-old Malaysian YouTuber bought a RM1.6 million house for his family to upgrade their standard of living:

Meanwhile, an influencer was recently jailed for stealing supermarket items worth more than RM100:

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