Dude who hurled ‘shit Malay’ insult says he loves Malays because he loves bandung and ondeh ondeh

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The aggro man who repeatedly tossed a racist remark towards a fellow bus commuter has defended himself against all the (deserved) condemnations being hurled at him. His misshapen logic: He can’t be racist against the Malay community because he loves Malay cuisine.

Wew, lad.

His non-apologetic response arrived on Facebook after a video of him acting like a lout went viral on social media. What happened, according to the man who uploaded the clip:

  • Young Malay man accidentally knocks into a Chinese man while walking up the upper deck of a double-decker bus.
  • He apologized profusely to the Chinese man.
  • Chinese man refuses to accept the apology. He kept saying “shit Malay” multiple times.
  • Another Malay commuter confronted the Chinese man about his racist comments. Chinese man became even more aggressive, asserting that he never meant that all Malay folks are “shit Malay”.
  • The quarrel could have turned into a fistfight if not for the young Malay man who intervened. He tried to pacify the Chinese man with more apologies.
  • Chinese man refused to calm down and rudely told him to bugger off.

Non-apology

Instead of regretting his outburst, the Chinese man outed himself on Facebook and denied being a bigot. How so? By publicly claiming that he loves Malay folks (in general), just like how he loves his bandung and ondeh ondeh. Adrian Chen even claims himself to be a good-hearted Christian, though we’re pretty sure that the bible doesn’t have a section approving the yelling narrow-minded slurs.

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With no sense of remorse whatsoever, Chen said that he has no time for “haters” and thanked people who’ve stood by him — for his despicable comments, mind you.

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The wave of disapproval

It’s a no-brainer that Chen’s Facebook posts attracted a number of colorful comments castigating his actions.

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