Indra Bekti’s wife, Aldila Jelita, had received scathing criticism from netizens. This could not be separated from Bekti’s poor health condition and followed by Aldila who opened a donation to help pay for her husband’s hospital expenses.
Sadly, it was later revealed that this netizen’s scorn was also inseparable from Bekti’s lies to Aldila. This was revealed by the 36-year-old woman on Melaney Ricardo’s YouTube channel.
All of this started when Bekti admitted that he wanted to open an insurance policy. “Okay, fine, but let me know first what are the requirements,” said Aldila, quoted on Sunday (26/2/2023).
“But it seems that this child is afraid of me, he lied to me. You said he was endorsed by insurance,” he continued, which immediately made Melaney laugh.
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“You also have crazy things. Insurance endorses it, how do you do it? Raffi Ahmad just pays,” said Melaney, who couldn’t stop thinking about Bekti’s lies.
With the reason being endorsed by insurance, Aldila doesn’t question anymore about the documents needed to make insurance.
Bekti then tried to defend herself and admitted that she received insurance from a friend. However, this statement was immediately refuted by Aldila, who had to go out of her way to find money for her husband’s medical treatment when he had a ruptured blood vessel.
“Bullshit, huh,” said Aldila, interrupting Bekti’s words. “When the D-day incident happened, my friends and I and the manager were confused, ‘This child is crazy!'”
“So you think insurance is in order, huh?” she asked.
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“Yes, (I think) it’s done,” said Aldila. “On the D-day, it feels like we are already sad, we feel annoyed because our hearts have been lied to.”
Bekti also seemed to laugh out loud at Aldila’s story, especially since he realized that his wife was so annoyed at him but couldn’t vent because Bekti was unconscious.
Bekti then admitted that the insurance problem had actually been taken care of by the management. “So maybe it wasn’t conveyed by Dila at the time and we just didn’t care about this,” concluded Bekti, referring to herself who had felt fine and didn’t need health protection from insurance.