Soon after Miss Universe Malaysia 2015 (MUM2015) found its beauty queen, an outrage among fans sparked over dissatisfaction on the crowned winner.
Since then, the Miss Universe Malaysia Organisation (MUMO) Facebook page has been bombarded with harsh remarks and one of its victims is the National Director of MUMO, Carey Ng, titleholder of 2013 Miss Universe Malaysia.
Devoted followers of MUMO voiced out their disappointment over the panel of judges, including Carey Ng and many are intending to boycott MUMO as they voiced displeasure over the judges’ decision of making 24-year-old Vanessa Tevi the winner and also the representative of Malaysia for Miss Universe 2015.
The MUMO followers believe that second-runner-up, Kelly Jagan, would have been a much more suitable candidate.
|(L-R) 1st-Runner-Up Pauline Tan, Champion Vanessa Tevi, 2nd-Runner-Up Kelly Jagan and 3rd-Runner-Up Sugeeta Chandran.
(Photo source: thestar.com.my)
Even French fashion and beauty expert, Inès Ligron left her two cents on the result of MUM2015.
Many Netizens have taken to Carey Ng’s Instagram and Facebook page and are asking her to resign from her post. Some of the comments even range from insults that attack her looks.