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Thursday, Nov 14, 2019

Pak singer poses with suicide vest, Twitter asks if it’s her national dress

Pirzada’s attempt to make a point fell flat as soon after she tweeted, the replies section was flooded with comments poking fun at her bizarre move.

world Updated: Oct 23, 2019 14:45 IST
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Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada was massively trolled by Twitter users for posting a picture wearing what appeared to be a suicide vest
Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada was massively trolled by Twitter users for posting a picture wearing what appeared to be a suicide vest (Rabi Pirzada/Twitter)
         

Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada was massively trolled by Twitter users for posting a picture wearing what appeared to be a suicide vest in order to threaten Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Pirzada’s attempt to make a point fell flat as soon after she tweeted, the replies section was flooded with comments poking fun at her bizarre move.

Hands on waist, the singer posted a photo of herself posing with a black vest over her clothes, laden with what appeared to be explosives with a timer attached. “#ModiHitler i just wish huh #kashmirkibeti,” she wrote alongside.

Netizens from India were quick to react, with most terming it as Pakistan’s “national dress”, a jab at the country’s support to terror outfits on its soil.

“Wow!! You looking awesome in traditional Pakistani dress,” wrote a user while another urged Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to declare this dress as the national dress of the country.

Such outlandish antics are not new for the singer. In September, she had posted a video with a number of snakes and alligators threatening a reptile attack against Modi over New Delhi’s landmark decisions pertaining to Kashmir. While some had termed her “nonsense”, others had wished for her to get well soon.

Last month, Punjab Wildlife Protection and Parks Department initiated action against Pirzada for keeping wild animals, including four pythons, an alligator and snakes as pets, Geo News reported.

A Lahore court had also issued an arrest warrant against her over the matter.

(This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.)