Misha Omar apologizes, there is no intention to touch the hearts of women trying to have children
SINGER Misha Omar apologizes to a woman who is trying to have children.
Misha, 40, said she noticed some women were heartbroken or sensitive when they found out she was currently undergoing IVF (in-vitro fertilization) fertility treatment.
“I don’t want to tell you more about the fertility treatment I did. Just for now, I’m just asking for prayers. If it works, I will let you know.
“It’s nothing, apparently all this time when I shared about this openly there are women who are struggling to have children. I understand in this matter of offspring everyone is sensitive.
“So I apologize if anyone feels that,” he told Astro Gempak .
Misha was spotted after the Misha Omar Charity & Fundraising Gala Dinner at Hotel Royale Chulan, last night.
Earlier, on Instagram, Misha had revealed that she was undergoing fertility treatment at a medical center to have a second eye.
In fact, he even created the hashtag #menjejakkhadeja because he wanted to have a daughter.
Misha added that he did not think that his partnership would offend many parties.
“I remember I just wanted to give awareness that even though I was old, I never gave up.
“I want to tell you that we are both working, no matter if I am an artist or an ordinary person, it is all sustenance from Allah.
“So don’t look at it from a sad angle because this thing will definitely be a sensitive matter,” he explained.
Misha met the pilot, Firros Ezzwan Rosly on May 2, 2014 and was blessed with a son, Muhammad Idris Ezzwa who is now five years old.
In addition, Misha also has an adopted child, Muhammad Adam Emir, 15.
Misha performing and singing popular songs at the charity dinner was one of the initiatives to revive the country’s severely affected entertainment arts industry with the help of the corporate sector.
The organizer, The H Entertainments Sdn Bhd or The H, will hand over the collection for ticket sales and donations to the Semerah Padi Perak Welfare Association (Persedim) and the Association of Singers, Musicians, Homeland Songwriters (Papita).