By Culture Editor
Picture: Leonardo DiCaprio, Pharrell Williams, Swizz Beatz, Jho Low, Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West all attended the Vegas party. MICHAEL GILLETTE
In a recent development, the Netflix documentary 'Man on the Run' has made waves in Malaysia, ranking second on the streaming platform's Top 10 Movies. The documentary, which premiered on January 5, delves into the alleged links between former prime minister Najib Razak and fugitive businessman Jho Low.
Directed by Cassius Michael Kim, 'Man on the Run' sheds light on the embezzlement of funds from 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). Jho Low, the mastermind behind the scheme, used the stolen funds to finance his extravagant lifestyle, ranging from owning a superyacht to financing Leonardo DiCaprio's 'The Wolf of Wall Street' film.
The documentary provides an in-depth look into the intricate web of corruption and deceit surrounding the 1MDB scandal. It reveals how Jho Low manipulated the system to embezzle billions of dollars, leaving the Malaysian people in a state of shock and anger.
The success of 'Man on the Run' on Netflix reflects the public's interest in uncovering the truth behind the 1MDB scandal. Malaysians are eager to understand the extent of Najib Razak's involvement and the impact it had on their country's economy.
As the second-ranking movie in Malaysia, 'Man on the Run' has sparked conversations and debates across the nation. Social media platforms are buzzing with discussions about the documentary, with the hashtags #manontherun, #Netflix, #jholow, and #najibrazak trending.
With its exploration of the 1MDB scandal and the involvement of Najib Razak and Jho Low, the film has ignited a desire for truth and accountability. Through its success, 'Man on the Run' has become a catalyst for conversations and a testament to the power of storytelling in shaping public opinion.