WORLD art lost a star with the departure of singer Adibah Noor, who suffered from stage four ov4ri cancer, on Saturday night.
Dvka news about the singer of the song Very special invites many parties.
The pain was not only felt by the fans who followed his singing and acting career, but also impressed by the generous nature of the deceased who often helped people.
Jefri’s share on Twitter page.
Through a revelation, a father opens up the story of Adibah’s personality during her life, who once helped her family who was affected ak1bat p4ndem1k C0vldl9 last year.
“Thank you Kak Dib (Adibah’s nickname) for helping our family,” he wrote in a tweet Saturday night upon receiving the news of Adibah’s departure.
Twitter user Jefri El’Mansor also shared a screenshot of the message sent directly (DM) by Adibah dated July 26, 2021.
“Hello. Let me help to complete return the money sir Son. Please know how much and your account number. Don’t be shy ok,” Adibah wrote.
DM Adibah Noor who offered assistance.
The message was sent by Adibah after sympathizing with the fate that befell Jefri when he had to use his son’s savings to buy diapers and disposable diapers.
“Sorry my son, the father had to use his public money to buy diapers and diapers,” Jefri wrote.
“But don’t worry. There will be support for a surrogate father,” Jefri said, promising his eldest son and it was understood that he got married in 2020, when the country was hit by C0vldl9 p4ndem1k and the implementation of the Movement Control Order (PKP).
Not only did the message offer Jefri help, Adibah also took the initiative to write in Jefri’s post thread to ensure the message was read.
“Check DM ok,” wrote Adibah shortly.
Adibah Noor also helps small traders.
Through the comments section, the average netizen also seb4k with Jefri’s partnership.
“It’s good for him, he’s also impressed that the PKP is still helping people.
“Looks tweet like dib’Check DM K’. He is generous”, said one of the netizens through the sharing of Jefri twitter which has been played over 2,000 times since last Saturday night.
However, Jefri was not the only lucky one to be helped by Adibah, in fact, many others also shared in the deceased’s generosity.
“Kak Adibah Noor is a kind person. Time lockdown, it helps many small businesses, including my company, with free retweets. He is the heart of Malaysians and will always be remembered as such. Al-Fatihah,” Nina wrote.
Among others, sharing about Adibah Noor’s generosity.
“Yes, he is retweet (about business) without my asking. He didn’t have time to taste my cake,” said AE, who sold cakes and sweets during the PKP.
“Within two minutes of contacting him, he immediately helped. I will always remember his generosity. Inna lillahi wa inna ilahi raji’un. We belong to God and to God we return,” wrote Faiz Fadzil.
Faiz also shared a screenshot of Adibah’s message that she donated to help Lembah Pantai People’s Housing Project (PPR) residents who were affected by the Tight Movement Control Order (PKPD) last year.
Earlier, Adibah Noor, 52, took his last breath at around 7:40 pm Saturday at a medical center in Kuala Lumpur after suffering from shortness of breath.
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