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Monday, 21 November 2016

Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur does Social Media Coup with Asia's No 1 DJ Leng Yein from Malaysia


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After following the Bersih 5 Rally we were not sure if we could make it to Traders Hotel last Saturday but the headliner was hard to miss, so we went to the award winning Skybar @ Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur

After having some delicious snacks of Chicken Wings, Calamari and Satay washed down with some Belvedere Vodka the star of the night walked in and boy did heads turn. Guys Gawked as some ladies looked and smiled too, when DJ Leng Yein walked in, her slim figure held up one of the biggest boobs ever seen on a similar frame of a Malaysian Chinese Girl.


 I was stunned at the size of her assets and wondered how far would a girl go for stardom, fame and fortune. In the first place could she actually DJ and play some good stuff.



Malaysian DJ Model Leng Yein seems to have overcome all social taboos to become one of the most sought after DJ, Model and Pin Up Girl In Asia. No doubt that part of her success is attributed to her huge boobs. Love it or hate it, she has used her assets well to be one of the most followed DJs on Instagram and Facebook in Asia.





Trader Hotel Kuala Lumpur brought her in not only to perform at Skybar but also gave her the best suite in the hotel so that she could tweet and post her every move on her social media platforms to her hundreds of thousands of followers and did they do a coup! Her pictures posted while she was in trader garnered over 200,000 views with over 6,000 comments. Traders General Manager Christian Nannucci was beaming all night long at the social media coup they pulled of bring DJ Leng Yein in and at the exposure Traders got.



Again I learnt never judge a book by it's cover, it seemed DJ Leng Yein played a pre- prepared set but it was damn good music.  


(*** After this post was published, she politely said a thank you but corrected me saying she did not play a pre prepared set but instead was playing live, seeing the crowd she chose some commercial top40, a bit of retro hits and latin.... OK... This Blogger Stands Corrected!) 



So unless some other DJ is gonna pop up and say he mixed it for her I am going to give her full credit for her set. It was simply awesome from start to finish. Her very pretty sister MC'd the whole two hours and those who managed to get to Skybar had an awesome time . She gave a truly 5 star performance.




 I was curious and begin to Google more about her and as I read more I had more respect for her.

 She might have had a boobs enlargement and gone through many cosmetic operations since her time as a model and beauty queen, but now she was making money on her own effort be it with new tools. No One Else is paying her bills, she is paying her own bills and taking care of her family, 

Although I thought she looked very beautiful before her operations.





 From the write up i learnt that she was a classically trained pianist since she was five years old, a model, an actress, an entrepreneur, and now, ranked number eight on the World’s Top 100 Female DJ list.  I have attached some write ups about her. 

One of her statements truly defined her, “I may not be the best in what I do, but I am better than most,” 

Following is some of her hottest photo shots 











She made headlines recently when she bought her 23 year old boyfriend a Topless Mercedes.

Love her or hate her, I believe there is lot to be learnt from her and her outlook on life, take the time to go through her interviews and I am sure you will agree. 

This is another story of how we should never judge a book by it's cover. 

 DJ Leng Yein's journey to the top is not without hard work, pain and tears. It is not easy being Number 1 and its even harder to stay number one, but we wish her only the very best and success always.




A former beauty queen and car model, Malaysian DJ Leng Yein is not only famous for her extremely busty figure, she is also popular in the social media sphere where her Facebook page boasts of over 2.5 million of followers and more than 370k followers on Instagram, making her one of the most sought after DJs in Asia.
Many young girls look up on her as a role model due to her impressive achievements at such a young age. Aside from admiring her high tolerance for going under the knife, she is one extremely talented lady.
She became an experienced entrepreneur before she reached the age of 30 by managing a mamak restaurant, tattoo parlour, boutique, nail salon and she also has her own fashion label. She DJs, sings, hosts events, models, and currently she’s focusing on expanding her entertainment career to the United States and Europe.
Here are some are some of the life lessons that we can learn from Leng Yein who has pretty much ‘been there, done that’.

1. Ignore the haters, you live life by your own terms.



Image Credit: Fhm.com.my
Image Credit: Fhm.com.my

We are unable to please everyone all the time, and Leng Yein serves as proof to the reality that there is no point in letting haters or our critics dictate our emotions.
I don’t care. These haters are not paying my bills. If they say that I’m earning my money in unsavoury ways, well, at least I’m earning my own money. I don’t depend on anyone else. I’m supporting myself and my family. I don’t think I owe anyone an explanation on how I choose to earn my money, as long as it is not against the law.
Source: iMoney
I carry out my daily responsibilities on my work and family, as well as basic human courtesy,  I keep my conscience clear.
Source: OrientalDaily

2. Failure is the only opportunity to start again.

It is okay to fail sometimes, what matters is you get back up. People learn more from failure than success, same goes to Leng Yein. Her marriage ended 4 years ago and she closed down her mamak restaurant to start afresh. Following that, she was unemployed for 9 months.
“After my divorce, I couldn’t find a job for nine months. There were a lot of rumours and gossips surrounding my divorce, and the haters started to crawl out from the woodwork.
I put down my ego (I never really had one to begin with), and I went around begging people for a job. And I survived!”
Source: iMoney

3. Get your priorities right when it comes to financial decisions.



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Image Credit: http://showbiz.liputan6.com/r

When you purchase things that you don’t really need, that desire is mostly driven by emotion—and that could be a dangerous thing. One example is when one decides to buy a car. Despite the satisfaction and gratifying feeling of owning a desirable and luxurious car, Leng Yein described that it was one of her worst financial decisions. Think about that the next time you decide to buy a Louis Vuitton bag just because it’s something that you want, but not something that you need.
“I bought my pink Hummer for RM400,000 in cash. It’s my worst financial decision. Buying a home. I know there is a place I can go back to no matter where I am in the world.”
Source: iMoney

4. Take risks when you’re young.

The main difference between the entertainment industry and working in an MnC is the stability of your income. Sure, these entertainment gigs provide an attractive income, but compared to a desk-based job, entertainers have a bigger risk to bear. As what Leng Yein said in an interview, she doesn’t settle for the norm because it’s too dull.
“Though my pay is higher than working a nine-to-five office job, I take on a lot more risks too. A stable job gives you a fixed salary for the next 10, 20 or even 30 years. For me, I may only be able to do this for the next three years, but I could be earning what they would earn in 10 years. That is the risk I am willing to take.”
Source: iMoney

5. Stay true to yourself because you know yourself best.



Image Credit: AvyPortal
Image Credit: AvyPortal
One of her infamous quotes is, “I might have a fake face and fake boobs but I have a real personality.” Despite having done numerous surgeries, she always emphasises on being true to yourself.
“Be true to yourself even when everyone else thinks you shouldnt be doing what you do. You should never be afraid of being yourself. Be rather afraid of being someone else coz no one knows your sh** better than you do Hun.”

6. Don’t date boys, date men.

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Boys give you problems, men solve them. Being as successful and beautiful as she is, it’s no surprise that Leng Yein has her fair share of admirers, but she is a lady who knows exactly what kind of partner she wants to have in her life.
In her Facebook post, she said that she was single for a long time because she didn’t want to date boys who are inferior and have personal issues with insecurity. “If I am 100%, my man will be a 200%. My man will be the pillar of strength, my mentor, keeping my life balanced, giving me positive vibes and making me having a clear purpose and bigger picture in life,” she wrote.

Lucky guy: Sexy DJ Leng Yein gifts 23-year-old BF a swanky new Mercedes

12 September 2016 / 2 months 1 week ago

Malaysian diva and celebrity DJ Leng Yein must be the most generous girlfriend ever, making all men envious of her boyfriend. 
Her boyfriend is 23-year-old Peter Siew, who is from  Kuala Lumpur,and studying law in MMU Melaka. 
She recently bought him 23 gifts for his 23rd birthday, and if you thought the surprises were all over... she threw in an even bigger one. The 31-year-old DJ bought him a swanky, beautiful Mercedes. 
After she bought him the gift, she even brought the car to CT Motorshop to have it 'zeng-ed'.
Netizens are commenting how lucky he is to be with one of the hottest DJs in the industry (she has been named Asia's hottest DJ for three years running), and to receive such a generous gift.
The duo seems to be head over heels in love with each other. 
She said that her boyfriend is a helpless romantic who once drove all the way from Malacca to KL just to pick her up from the airport and to send her home.
She added that she was head over heels for Peter and was willing to give up all work to accompany him to study. 

Summary
When life gave her lemons, she made jugs of lemonade. Leng Yein, shows how tenacity and grit, helped her survive and rise to fame.
Leng Yein has long been a household name in this part of the world — not just for her bombshell status, but also for her fearlessness to speak her mind.
Not one to mince her words, Leng Yein is spunky to say the least. She is a classically trained pianist since she was five years old, a model, an actress, an entrepreneur, and now, ranked number eight on the World’s Top 100 Female DJ list.
“I may not be the best in what I do, but I am better than most,” says the busty beauty, who always has her eyes set on the prize.
Hailing from Kuantan, Pahang, Leng Yein has always been making waves from young. She was an outstanding straight A student, infamous for being different, she has no problem being thrust into the limelight, and has learned to roll with the punches.
When she was a teenager, her father lost his battle with colon cancer, leaving the family in dire financial straits from the exorbitant medical expenses that the insurance company failed to pay.
Being the eldest daughter, she rolled up her sleeves and skipped her tertiary education to support her family.
In 2010, she had a fairy tale wedding, but it all ended two years later. She decided to rejoin the entertainment industry but had a hard time finding a footing. However, she picked herself up and charged on to built something even better.

Leng Yein reveals everything to iMoney’s editor, Iris Lee — from her challenging years after her father’s death to the painful months after her divorce.


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Have you always aspired to be where you are now?
Not really. Just like the average person who dreams of becoming rich and famous, I dreamed of that too, but I didn’t actively plan for it. I realised that by just daring to be different and honest (regardless of the backlash that may come your way), you will automatically be in the limelight.
I am popular because I say and do things that people usually don’t dare to. I say things that are true but most people do not dare to say because it may get them into trouble.
Your independence is what inspired most people. Have you always been like this, or is it because of circumstance?
When I was in school, I was a straight A student. Nobody likes an outstanding student, except for the teachers. Everybody was harsh on me since I was young, and I just learned to not care about what other people think.
Being a straight A student, do you regret not pursuing your studies after Form 5?
I don’t have many regrets in life. If I went to college, I would be working a nine to five job now, earning a fixed salary — not out traveling the world.
I was not (and I still don’t think I am) an ambitious person. When I was 17, I didn’t think I’d have the ambition to become a career woman or anything like that. I thought that being a girl, I would just eventually marry someone, stay at home and have kids (laughs). Look at me now!
Life has a funny way of showing you who is the boss. What was your first job after Form 5?
I was working in a printing company. It was a menial job binding the 365-day calendars the company printed.
Wow! That’s a far cry from being a glamourous DJ. Coming from a well-off family, was that tough to adapt?
No. I am not the type who cries over spilt milk and I don’t believe in wallowing in self-pity. I feel like my life has always been easy for me, because I don’t have high demands. I just go with the flow. If I have RM10, I will buy food with RM1. If I have RM100, I will buy food with RM10.
My dad had just passed away from colon cancer at that time, and our family didn’t have any money after paying off his medical bills. So I didn’t go to college and had to start working. I’m not picky, as long as it’s not against the law. If I needed to find RM2,000, I don’t mind working every day for RM200. Some people may think that’s too low a salary, but if I just waited for a job that paid RM1,000, I may end up with JUST RM1,000, at the end of the day. I’m a realist.
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You are one of the most financially savvy female personalities in Malaysia. Even before you were married you were already financially independent. What drove your determination to achieve that?
I’ve always been into entrepreneurship. By age 20, I already had five shops in Kuantan – from accessories, clothing, shoes and bags to a nail parlour. When I got married in 2010, I closed everything and moved to Kuala Lumpur.
And then, I opened a mamak restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. It was doing well for six years, then I decided to close it after my divorce. I wanted to start afresh.
After your very public divorce, and closing your restaurant, what was your plan?
I didn’t have a plan. Whatever happens, I face it, I embrace it, and I just go for it. People who plan every single thing in their lives will find that 99% of the time, life won’t turn out the way they planned. So, I just took the plunge.
Not planning for your life can be dangerous financially. What is your financial plan for yourself and family?
I’m a cash person and I spend within my means. I don’t have any retirement plans.
I don’t trust insurance because of what happened to my dad. My dad’s insurance policy did not pay out and we ended spending most of our money on his medical expenses. Our family went from being well-off to broke as a result.
I have to admit. I’m not a smart person but I’m a hardworking person. Whatever I earn, I keep by a certain percentage. That’s all.
That’s a very bold move. How did you and your family manage to pull through that financial disaster?
My dad passed away six months after his diagnosis. He had always lived a very healthy life. He jogged and exercised every day, he didn’t take MSG in his food. We had a fruit orchard back then, and he would take fruit juice every day.
It was shocking to see him fall so sick. When he was 50 years old, he finally decided to slow down. He had saved enough money and he wanted to enjoy life with his wife. And then, he was hit by cancer. His cancer wiped out the family’s wealth. We sold everything just to pay his medical bills.
Because of that, I learned that you can plan for your life all you want, but things don’t always go according to plan. That’s why I stopped planning and I don’t expect anything from life.
If something untoward were to happen to you, how will your family cope since you are the sole breadwinner?
All my money will go to them. I have some money saved for them but I don’t invest my money in the next trendy investment because they are unknown to me. In that sense, I’m not a risk taker and I don’t trust people and the system with my money. However, I am a risk taker when it comes to adventures.
Being in the entertainment industry, it can be quite risky financially. You can be the hottest thing one day, and a has-been the next. How do you mitigate the risk of being in this fleeting industry?
Though my pay is higher than working a nine-to-five office job, I take on a lot more risks too. A stable job gives you a fixed salary for the next 10, 20 or even 30 years. For me, I may only be able to do this for the next three years, but I could be earning what they would earn in 10 years. That is the risk I am willing to take.
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Iris Lee, editor of iMoney Malaysia, meets Leng Yein for a tête-à-tête.
You have your fair share of negative comments and criticism. How do you deal with that?
I don’t care. These haters are not paying my bills. If they say that I’m earning my money in unsavoury ways, well, at least I’m earning my own money. I don’t depend on anyone else. I’m supporting myself and my family. I don’t think I owe anyone an explanation on how I choose to earn my money, as long as it is not against the law.
I know where I stand. I know what I’m doing. I won’t let anyone inconsequential put me down. I do what I do to survive.
You have a very strong survival instinct. How do you pick yourself up after your divorce and rise to become one of the most popular personalities in the country?
After my divorce, I couldn’t find a job for nine months. There were a lot of rumours and gossips surrounding my divorce, and the haters started to crawl out from the woodwork.
I put down my ego (I never really had one to begin with), and I went around begging people for a job. And I survived!
How did you manage your finances after your divorce?
The first thing that I did was to sell my car to buy a house for myself. I didn’t have much money then, so I sold my pink Hummer and bought a property in Puchong. Now I am renovating my house so my grandmother can move to Kuala Lumpur with my mother and sister.
One thing most people frequently talk about is your love for cosmetic surgery. How much have you spent on that?
I’ve spent about RM20,000 to RM30,000 of my own money. The rest of the RM200,000 to RM300,000 are all sponsored by different cosmetic surgery companies.
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What makes you go back for more? Is it because of the demand, or is it a personal choice?
No woman is ugly — we just have to spend the time to make ourselves look good. We put on make up, maintain and take care of our skin. I don’t have time for all that.
What I do is: I go for surgery, so I can save myself time for more important things. Now, I can just get up, brush my teeth, draw some eyeliner and go out! For me, it’s an investment in exchange for time.
Have you ever thought of stopping? Is there a point where you would say “enough”?
I don’t plan for anything in the future. If people decided to stop paying me for it, or sponsoring me to do it, then maybe I will stop. My life is an open book, whenever I want to draw on it, I will. At this point, I don’t plan to stop anytime soon.
If life gives me chances, I will take it. If not I will continue to stick to what I’ve been doing all along.
That’s a smart thing to do. What is the most expensive purchase you have ever made?
I bought my pink Hummer for RM400,000 in cash. It’s my worst financial decision.
What’s your best financial decision?
Buying a home. I know there is a place I can go back to no matter where I am in the world.
Are you a saver or spender?
I’m both. It’s about balance. I don’t keep so much money to myself, but I keep enough and spend what I want to.
Do you know how much you have in your account?
I know all the time.

 

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