Images: Men's Health Malaysia and Prince Abdul Mateen's Instagram - @tmski
In case you’ve been out of the loop, for the past few days, Brunei’s suave and charming HRH Prince Abdul Mateen Bolkiah sent Malaysians into a frenzy.
A group of fans can be seen ‘camping out’ in front of the 26-year-old prince’s tent and some of them even carried signs in hopes to catch the good looking royal Brunei heir’s attention.
The group of girls screamed like there was no tomorrow when Prince Mateen came out of his tent. They then swarmed him to take selfies and even his autograph like he was some sort of rock star.
Don’t believe us? Watch the video below and read the tweets:
Well, if Brunei has Prince Mateen, we Malaysians have our ‘Daddy’ Khairy Jamaluddin.
If you don’t really know what we’re talking about, a few months back, KJ innocently Tweeted “Why do people who are not my offspring refer to me as 'Daddy' on social media? What does this mean in millennial speak? Is it like uncle?”
Of course, Malaysians immediately responded with somewhat inappropriate Tweets such as “choke me daddy” and it turned into this whole inside joke between the Youth and Sports Minister and Malaysians.
Even Indonesians have taken notice of KJ and admitted that he looks better that their own Youth and Sports minister following the inverted Indonesian flag blunder.
Well, Tuesday is the day many Malaysians and Bruneians have been waiting for as KJ and Prince Mateen’s teams will go head to head in the Equestrian Polo event at the Equestrian Park, Putrajaya happening at 4pm.
So, be there early if you want to get a good view of the event! Plus, this event is free for all.
Now the question is, are you #TeamKJ or #TeamPrinceMateen? Let’s hope our ‘abah’ brings home the win for us!