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A 23-year-old Malaysian fireman, Nursyafiq Farhain has been setting hearts on fire after a video of him singing was reuploaded on Youtube from a singing app, Smule.
Known for his swoon-worthy vocals, the man is apparently quite a looker too, and allegedly the son of legendary Malaysian 90’s pop star Saleem, report World of Buzz.
In a recent interview with Harian Metro, the dashing young man told reporters that he did not expect the video of him singing to go viral:
“I sing only during my free time but I was not aware that I have gained the public’s attention, at least not until I was informed by a friend.”
He also added that he was only doing it for fun and had no intention of fame seeking:
“I’m embarrassed now because people have been saying that I was deliberately seeking popularity, when in fact a lot of people have been singing using the Smule app!
“I have no intention to ask people to share my singing video because I really like to sing.
“However, becoming an overnight social media sensation does come with its perks.
“I’ve received messages from many women asking me out on a date, so that they can get to know me better.
“I have yet to give them an answer or agree to go out with them as I don’t know them well.”
The hunk also confirmed that he has no intentions of following in his father’s footstep and showbiz isn’t on his cards for now, despite his talent:
“I’m not thinking of participating in any singing reality television show because I’m only doing it for fun.
“I have no plans to become a singer like my father.
“Since I was a boy, I have always wanted to be a fireman to save people’s lives.
“Singing is just a hobby. I will never swap.”
He revealed that the recently joined a band, Fire Fingers JDT, consisting of members from teh fire and rescue department and is contented that he gets to perform there.
Catch a video of him performing below.