Bridal Gown Maker Gets Bashed For Taking Photos At A Christian Cemetery. Creativity tends to come in different ways to people, people sometimes have creative ideas when they see a place or some other type of background.
Creativity tends to come in different ways to people, people sometimes have creative ideas when they see a place or some other type of background. However, what one deems creative would go against one person’s beliefs or sentiments. This is what happened between a bridal gown creator in Malaysia and people on the internet.
The creator had a photoshoot for newest gown range at a cemetery but the reactions were not good. Many people thought of the video as being profane. The owner deactivated her Facebook account and then went private on her Instagram account after the comments from unhappy people on the internet. ‘The Star Online’ reports that the event happened at a Christian cemetery. “The church is aware outsiders were at the graveyard that day and had taken photos and videos. I spoke to them and advised them not to publish anything online,” says the priest at the Catholic Church.
The ladies apologised to the priest and thus left once they were seen, the church has supposedly forgiven the ladies. Infringing into a religious cemetery has been a sensitive issue, according to Chief Senior Assistant Communication Md Yusof Ahmad of the Johor Criminal Investigation Department. It is also stated that the people that are involved could look at a jail sentence of one year, a fine or both of the options when they convicted. The lady, known as Nur Amirah has apologised in a video recording and stated that other people involved have nothing to do with it.
“Please do not blame the models, photographers and make-up artist, they do not anything, and I admit what I did was wrong. I wish the pictures and videos could be deleted, even though I know it is impossible,” says the bridal gown designer. She also stated that she was trying to do something unconventional with the photoshoot.
by Alexandra Ramaite