Deddy Corbuzier. Photo: YouTube / Deddy Corbuzier
jpnn.com, JAKARTA – Deddy Corbuzier said he would not create any content related to the downing of the Sriwijaya Air SJ182 plane.
The decision was made because he felt he did not understand the world of aviation.
“I don’t think about the content about Sriwijaya Air, because for me, I don’t understand anything about the incident. Second, I don’t have the competence to talk about it, ”said Deddy on his Podcast, Thursday (14/1).
The father of one child admitted that he had time to think about inviting Sriwijaya Air. But in the end he canceled it.
“But I cancel, not good, just cut. If I say this, I can’t give you any knowledge about it. That’s why I chose to remain silent, for knowledge and so on, you can see it everywhere, ”he explained.
In this moment, Deddy also expressed his disappointment when he found out that there was a fortune teller who correctly predicted the plane’s crash.
Although he did not mention names, it is suspected that the disappointment was directed at the paranormal Ms. You.
“What makes me disappointed, I read there were fortune tellers, I didn’t know what I wanted to say. There are fortune tellers who are said to predict that there is a plane this color will fall then the forecasters are excited everywhere, trending on YouTube, that’s just stupid, “He said.
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