Vebby Palwinta is one of the Indonesian soap opera actors who is of mixed blood. He is known to be of Indian, Batak-Medan, Malay, Acehnese and Sundanese descent.
This 27 year old woman gave up her bachelorhood when she married a man of Arab descent named Razi Bawazier in 2020.
Coming from a family with different ancestry, Vebby admitted that her mother had a dilemma and was afraid of losing her if she married Razi.
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It was not without reason, according to his mother, that Arabs would take his wife far away.
“When we first got married, my mother had a real dilemma because I was very close to my mother. “So, I’m afraid when I get married, especially to Kak Razi (an Arab), afraid of something like that, afraid of being taken away far away,” said Vebby, quoted from The Sungkars YouTube channel, Monday (27/11/2023).
“So, I’m afraid I won’t be close to my child anymore,” he added.
Getting closer to his mother after marriage
Even though the mother was in a dilemma because she was afraid of being away from her eldest child, Vebby said that after getting married they actually got closer.
“But after I had children, I really became closer to my mother. “Now, Mama is closer to me and Mama feels that,” said Vebby.
In fact, Vebby admitted that her mother loved her husband more than herself.
“So, when I meet Razi, Mama really loves him because he makes her child closer to Mama,” he said.
Those born from mixed families certainly have cultural differences that require them to adapt to each other. However, Razi admitted that he did not experience much culture shock because in his family tree, he also has Medan and Sundanese ancestry like his wife.
However, not Vebby, who admitted that he was very surprised when he first met Razi’s extended family.
“Oh, that’s amazing, MasyaAllah, I could actually say that I was quite surprised, because Arabs have so many more families together than my family. It seems like if my family were mixed into one room, with his family it would only be a quarter. So, yes, there are a lot,” said Vebby.
Cultural differences do not prevent them from living together as a couple. So, how do they solve every problem in their household? Continue reading the following page, yes, Mother.
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