If you’ve been active on social media last weekend, you might have noticed a fierce online war happening between two local influencers, Nicole Choo, 18, and Ridhwan Azman, 23. The pair, who used to date, accused each other of violence in the relationship.

Now it looks like their online brawl may have offline consequences. Ezbuy.sg, a shopping site, says it is reviewing its working agreement with Nicole. She has been a paid partner with the brand since last year.

Wendy Liu, co-founder of ezbuy.sg, said: “As a social media influencer, Nicole has been professional and supportive of our endeavours and campaigns. I understand the impact a public figure, such as Nicole, has on the social media landscape and the community at large.

“Personally, I do not believe in taking private quarrels public, especially via social media platforms.”

Wendy said the company has spoken to Nicole, who is ezbuy.sg’s social media ambassador, about the matter.

“My team and I will be reviewing Nicole’s current working agreement with us… and may consider putting all social media engagements by Nicole on hold,” she said.

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As an influencer, Nicole works with companies such as ShopBack, Uber, Coca-Cola and Resorts World Sentosa Singapore. Brands that Ridhwan has promoted on Instagram include Black Hair Salon, The Scarlet Singapore and DBS.

The private quarrel-gone-public referred to by Wendy started after Nicole announced on her personal blog that she and Ridhwan, who had been dating since 2015, have broken up.

In the post, Nicole said “it takes two hands to clap”, alluding to indiscretions on both sides. Ridhwan, who starred in the first Ah Boys To Men film, fired back on Instagram.

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Both alleged that the other person had been violent. Both claimed they had suffered bruises at each other’s hands.

The New Paper reached out to Nicole, but she declined to comment on the matter. Ridhwan was uncontactable for comment.

Image: Ridhwan’s Instagram
Text: Rachel Chan / The New Paper / February 2017

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