Permaisuri Agong Allegedly Deactivated Her Twitter Account Due To Toxic Comments
The Raja Permaisuri Agong recently terminated her much-loved Twitter account, @cheminahsayang
Her Majesty's Twitter account - which she uses to interact with the rakyat and promote optimism - is believed to have been faced with an unprovoked attack
Netizens suspect that the Permaisuri Agong took down her account due to negative comments from several other Twitter users.
Twitter user @asrulmm wrote, "Woke up to sad news that DYMM Raja Permaisuri Agong has deactivated her Twitter account due to negative comments by some stupid Malaysians. Why do you have to be so mean?"
According to Malay Mail, Her Majesty was also criticised on Twitter for taking photographs during the Merdeka Day parade.
She later revealed that His Majesty, Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah had requested her to take photos of the occasion.
Netizens are saddened and have started #AmpunTuanku in an attempt to convince the Permaisuri Agong to return to Twitter
Malaysians are coming together to show their support for Her Majesty.
The hashtag #AmpunTuanku is currently trending at number one in Malaysia while 'Permaisuri Agong' follows at second place.
User @hazimhusaini__ wrote, "I enjoyed logging on to Twitter because every time I do, there is always a post from Raja Permaisuri Agong @cheaminahsayang. I love to see her updates every day, it cheers up my day. Our queen, please come back."
Another user wrote, "I'm saddened by the news that the Permaisuri Agong has deactivated her Twitter account. Is it because the Permaisuri Agong is hurt by hostile comments by netizens? We want our Permaisuri Agong to return to Twitter. Bring back all the positivity you showed us all this while."
"Bring me back my queen. She's not just a queen. She's a lovely mother to all of us."
Meanwhile, people are urging authorities to take serious action against the netizens who allegedly cyberbullied the Permaisuri Agong
User @ZharifNikonian wrote, "I have already reported the issue to the Commercial Crime Investigation Department at Bukit Aman. I've handed over all the evidence such as vile comments and the Twitter accounts who wrote them. Hopefully, it will work because I used to be the witness for those who insulted the Sultan of Kelantan (who was the Yang di-Pertuan Agong at the time)."
Another user said, "Morning friends, sad news. Our beloved Malaysian Queen the Permaisuri Agong deactivated her Twitter account. These [accounts] cyberbullied our Permaisuri Agong. Report [them] to the authorities!"