We've heard you loud and clear - negative reputation is back. Remember that it's still against the rules to complain about being downvoted - if you think someone's mass-downvoting posts or otherwise abusing the reputation system, DM a mod and we will take care of it.
Us Muslims believe that to be able to go to Hajj you have to be called upon by God Himself. My friend who lives in KSA for years still unable to perform Hajj because there's always something preventing him to do that it actually frustrates him. I would like to think my God refused to have Mira's phony ass anywhere near His house, like some sort of divine intervention.
Nah, I think she just doesn't have the money for it. The cheapest rate for Hajj in my country is USD2500. That's for a 40 days stays. Communal lodgings (as in you'll share a bare minimum dormitory with multiple people in 1 room), food, and transports from site to site. But that price is with my government footing some of the bills for the pilgrims. And like I said, each country has a very limited quota for Hajj visa. In my country you could apply for Hajj visa now and probably gets to go to Hajj 10-15 years later due to the quota. The KSA government gives extra quota but you have to pay at least USD9500 and up to USD26000/person (this way you can apply and then go in the same year instead of waiting for a decade) I'm assuming the Canadian government doesn't foot some of the bills like my government so Mira has to pay the full price. That's gonna cost her at least CAD10000 for the economical package.
I haven't lurked on this thread for so long and she seems getting weirder everyday. Anyway, just want to point out her lies about the Hajj thing although is old news. So, I'm not sure if women foreigners can't enter KSA without mahram because I was there for umrah trip and that does require a mahram. Basically for Hajj visa it requires the same thing BUT your Hajj travel agent will provide you with fake mahram a.k.a someone of the opposite sex within your Hajj group. I went with my brothers so that was not an issue but one of my brothers got assigned as the fake mahram for a girl in our umrah group for visa purpose only. So her ranting about not being able to go to Hajj because of mahram thing was a lie. Each country has very limited Hajj quota every year so Mira has to apply for her Hajj visa according to her passport, which is from Canada. Also it's almost impossible to go to Hajj without the help of travel agent simply due to lodgings and transport considering you won't be staying in one place. (unless she's planning to sleep on the street and walk through the dessert then IDK, even the prophet used camels/horses, the distance is no joke) Hotels are fully booked far in advance before Hajj season even starts. Not to the mention the mandatory vaccination you'll need before you can even apply for the visa. Oh, someone mentioned if perfume is haram but it's not. You can find a lot of perfume stores just a few steps from Masjidil Haram (the mosque where Kaaba is located). They even offered if you want your attar (a very concentrated version of perfume) to be diluted with alcohol or not. 😂😂😂😂
Meh. Austin is from well-to-do family but his fam doesn't have Bugatti money. Even I live in better neighborhood than him. He'll eventually settle down with nice Chinese-Indonesian girl with similar background. Whylow didn't even have any chance to be Baby Mama Chandra since the beginning. Also, going to a wedding with a partner isn't that big of a deal in this part of the world. I'm guessing Whylow wanted something more but Austin doesn't want to. Probably throws a tantrum and Austin ended their non-relationship right there and then.
Don't worry, if Austin is really a Chinese-Indonesian, he will never marry Whylow. Upper middle class Chinese-Indonesian parents are strict and conservative AF and only let their sons/daughters marry someone with similar economic background-if not someone richer. Plus her reputation as a former jailbird won't fly by his parents. I think he's just using her for sex and companion TBQH. If he's a student, once he graduated he'll go back to Indo and leave Whylow behind.
Judging from that, Austin is definitely Chinese Indonesian (meaning his family came from China to Indonesia many generations ago and still identify as Chinese) Maybe mixed with Manadonese because "Sumpitan" is a Manadonese surname. Probably studying/working in Singapore. A lot of Chinese Indonesians are wealthy.