The dance floor at Zouk Singapore cleared within five minutes after Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s son Norashman started his set on the turntable.
According to the Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila, Norashman started his set with a classic trance song and after that his songs sounded like radio hits and all of his fans left the club.
Another avid trance music fan Ray, said the following:
“Initially, we didn’t know what was going on but halfway through, we realised that he was being told to end his set and it was followed by lots of jeering.
“Almost everyone in the club was there just to hear Fila play his set but we were so shocked that he was chucked to the side just because some ‘VIP guest’ wanted to play,” he added.
On the other hand, Rizal Mansor, the aide to Norashman’s mother Rosmah Mansor, also denied that the prime minister’s son had forced DJ Fila to stop his set.