Saddiq Rahman

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Saddiq Rahman
Full Name: Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman
Alias: Syed Saddiq

Sadik Siagaraga
Budak Mentah

Origin: Pulai, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Occupation: Minister of Youth and Sports (2018-2020)

Member of the Malaysian Parliament (2018- )
Lecturer (formerly)

Skills: Manipulation
Hobby: Playing with his cat

Reading book
Talking with Mahathir Mohamad
Blaming Najib Razak for his 1MDB's corruption

Goals: Win in Muar's Malaysian Parliament seat (succeeded)

Remains as the Minister of Youth and Sports (failed)
Remain as the ARMADA Youth Chief of the Malaysian United Indigenous Party (failed)

Crimes: Sexual assault

False allegation

Type of Villain: Pervert Liar & Corrupt Kid

Wallahi, Wabillahi, Watallahi. Allah (God) is my witness here. If there is any abuse of power, embezzlement and the MACC finds there is an abuse of power – I will be the first to resign.
~ Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman

Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman (born Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman, often called Syed Saddiq; December 6th, 1992 - ) is a Malaysian politician and activist. He was the Minister of Youth and Sports from 2018 to 2020. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) of Muar and the former Youth Chief of the Malaysian United Indigenous Party (BERSATU), which was component party of Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition until 24 February 2020. He now moves as an independent politician with Mahathir Mohamad and 3 other politicians that was sacked out by Muhyiddin Yassin, the president and acting chairman of BERSATU Party on 28 May 2020.


Saddiq was born on 6 December 1992 in Pulai, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. His father was a Singaporean, a construction worker at Singapore. His mother was an English teacher. He had studied at the Royal Military College (RMC) before continuing his studies at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). During his time at IIUM, he competed in an Asian-level debate competition and successfully won the United Asian Debating Championship (UADC).

In 2017, he allegedly rejected a scholarship worth about RM400,000 to pursue his studies at Oxford University, England to remain active in politics. A year later, after being elected as MP at the age of 25, Syed Saddiq once again allegedly dismissed another scholarship offer, this time rejecting the Chevening Scholarship proposal to pursue a Master in Public Policy at Oxford University.

Saddiq is the leader of Armada; the youth wing of the BERSATU. He has been a spokesperson for the party since its inception in September 2016 and is considered one of the founding members and sits on the party council.

Saddiq made his debut contesting the 2018 general election (GE14) for the Muar parliamentary seat and was elected to the Parliament. He was then appointed as the Minister of Youth and Sport in the PH new government. On the 2020 Malaysia's Political Crisis, he was resigned as they didn't get the majority in the Lower House of Malaysia.

Act of Villainy & Controversies

Sex Video Scandal

Earlier it was revealed that a mysterious woman who had transmitted an intimate picture of Syed Saddiq named Raja Nur Marisa @marslerose is a former SEGI College student. The warm picture on the bed sparked controversy for Syed Saddiq Muar MP who is also the former Minister of Youth and Sports.

Since then Nur Nurisa Marisa @marslerose has never responded to the infamous intimate picture, but @marslerose's followers have continued to grow to more than 31 thousand followers compared to less than 25 thousand followers. But yesterday the video of the 'marslerose' girl surfaced on the social media site facebook and whatApps application confessed to her sex scandal with Syed Saddiq.

The 'marslerose' girl expresses regret over the actions of Syed Saddiq who was allegedly deceiving for personal gain. The 'Marslerose' says he was treated like a prostitute by Syed Saddiq.

“What I feel right now is regret, for letting you use me, forcing your foot into your room, for letting you fool me like a prostitute because you have a 'character' behind a good person's face. You can be proud of the fact that many women close to you tell their mom they can steal the poster to bring it back but do they know who you really are as I know you? I still feel that way, because you accuse me. I don't want anything to do with you anymore. You can stop calling and texting and don't try to come home because I don't want to see you, for now I just want some peace. Right now, I need time for myself because this is the first time this kind of thing happened because most Malaysians already know who I am because of the picture," she said in the video confession.

The Lost of MYR250,000 from the house

Syed Saddiq has denied that the RM250,000 missing from a safe in his Petaling Jaya home belonged to Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu). In a statement, Syed Saddiq said he acknowledged that RM250,000 was missing from his home, but he has never stated that the money was owned by Bersatu.

“I want to stress that I was quoted correctly (by a news report over the missing money), but I never stated that the investigation was concerning funds owned by Bersatu. In fact, in the police report lodged on March 29, I never stated that the money was owned by Bersatu. Therefore, the title of the report is not true at all, ” he said, referring to a news report on a TV station.

Syed Saddiq is demanding that the TV station publicly apologise immediately for claiming that the money was owned by Bersatu, saying that the news report had brought about serious implications to his image and credibility as a Bersatu leader.

“I'm asking for the TV station to cooperate, and I’m hoping that this matter won’t proceed to legal means to preserve my credibility as an Armada and Bersatu leader, ” he said.

A police report lodged by Syed Saddiq on March 29 sighted by The Star had said that an estimated amount of RM250,000 in cash was missing after the Muar MP decided to check his safe at 7pm on March 28.

“The last time I opened that safe was on either March 13 or 14, and there was no sign that the safe was forced open.

"The house and room areas were tidy. I set a secret code for this safe which is owned by me, and only certain people would know where I keep it,” he said in his police report.

In a brief statement issued to the press in a WhatsApp group on Monday (March 30), Syed Saddiq said he would not be able to confirm any details or speculation until the investigation by the authorities is completed.

“I hope everyone will not make any form of speculation and spread unverified news to the public. Please refer to the police report that was lodged,” he said.


You must have the passion to speak up for those who are voiceless.
~ Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman
Fight the temptation to give up. Remember the passion which lies deep down in you.
~ Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman
I would never be able to look myself in the future if I silence myself. Because my moral conscience will forever be corrupted due to whatever personal gains I might get if I keep quiet.
~ Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman


He was then appointed as the Minister of Youth and Sport making him the youngest ever federal minister in 2018 since Malaysia's independence.