Here's what Malaysian DJ Leng Yein has to say when S'pore DJ Tenashar accused her of sabotage

25 February 2014 / 2 years 8 months ago

Malaysian DJ Leng Yein has retaliated and defended herself via a post on facebook, after Singapore DJ Tenashar accused her of sabotaging her console at a recent concert in Sunway Lagoon.

The online spat between two high-profile female model-DJs over a gig started last week on Feb 15, reports The New Paper. In a Facebook post which has since been removed, Tenashar, whose real name is Debbie Valerie Long, said that Leng not only sabotaged her but had “tried to copy me in so many ways” and that she (Tenashar) is a “good person so I won’t take any revenge”.

Leng's reply? She said that Tenashar was “pointing her finger at someone who clearly outperformed her” and that Tenashar’s set was fraught with technical errors and mistakes.

Model-DJs The New Paper spoke said they have experienced a catty encounter or two with their peers.

Singaporean Pearlyn Koh, also known as DJ Foxxxy K, said: “Come on, we’re talking about girls here. Girls fall out on a daily basis over absolutely nothing.

"If you want to watch a catfight, just throw in fame and money, sit back, relax, and watch the drama unfold!”

For the full story, pick up a copy of The New Paper.

Photos 1 to 5 show DJ Leng Yein whom Tenashar apparently had a spat with, while the rest show the local model-DJ.

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