Amir Liaquat’s explicit tweets are no more amusing, they are just inappropriate!
This is not the first time when the TV host stirred a controversy, he has been at the center of numerous disputes,
A famous Pakistani religious scholar and member of the National Assembly, Amir Liaquat Hussain, has come under fire for posting a double meaning and inappropriate post on his official Twitter account.
The member National Assembly tweeted, “ 4 inches are more comfortable than 6 inches. Phones should not be too big.”
4 inch is more comfortable than 6 inch.
Phones should not be too big.?
— Aamir Liaquat Husain (@AamirLiaquat) September 24, 2020
Social media users were outraged, and criticized Amir Liaquat for his tweet. However, some users were surprised by such irresponsible behavior from the religious scholar.
Here’s how people reacted:
One of the social media users said, “So being an Islamic scholar of Pakistan, now you are tweeting double entendre jokes to get attention. Like seriously?? I can’t believe it’s your original account, and it’s you.”
So being an islamic scholar of Pakistan now you are tweeting double entendre jokes to get attention. Like seriously??
I can’t believe its your original account
And its You !!!
You made your value even more down in my heart today
— Umme Fatimah (@wiTtY_s0uL) September 24, 2020
Another said, “This is his real account, and he is just showing his stupid nature.”
This is his genuine account and just showing his stupid and by default nature.
— Shafique Jan (@ShafiqueJan) September 25, 2020
Ladies and Gentlemen presenting you the Modern Islamic Scholar, 1 of the Top 500 most influential Muslim as mentioned by some magazine i reckon.
Insan ko apny naam, waqar r martaby ka kuch lehaz krna chaye
nw Im sure wo video bilkul bhi fake nahi tha Dr sb ki haqeeqi chawlen thi
— Shaheer Shafiq (@Shaheersays) September 24, 2020
He has become more chichora after 2nd marriage. pic.twitter.com/0k8lBxDsxM
— Awamspeaks (@Awamspeaks) September 24, 2020
This guy is always been a dirty minded person and he was unable to reveal his desires due to the party discipline and leader like ALTAF hussain, now he has all the rights for his vulnerability and vulgarity as he is part of such ppl now
— Umair (@umairhuda) September 24, 2020
Inho ny Tu hmesha yhi SB Kiya hai… Hr lrki k sath flirt b …. Pta n islamic scholar kesy manty inko sb
— Esha malik (@eshumalikeshu) September 25, 2020
Jab hamre so called Islamic scholars hi ese hon gyen toh kun na harassment aur dosre cases aur hon
— Saba Gilani (@sabagilanii) September 24, 2020
So now this is a standard of Islamic Scholar and a Parliamentarian? Tweeting double entendre jokes to draw attention? Ahh …! Where am I living! I mean you have daughter.. you even didn’t think what she thinks when she read this..? I mean what is this after a good speech?
— Muhammad.D.Malik ?? (@MDanialMalik1) September 24, 2020
Haram ni harami bolain isko..
— مُ ر ش دّ جِ ی (@NabeelM69158604) September 24, 2020
Amir Liaquat while typing “Phones” pic.twitter.com/dhe1e1lG4X
— Momii (@being_groggy) September 24, 2020
uncle g wot are you high on?? pic.twitter.com/Ldg4ovHzJ9
— Maha⁷ (^._.^)ﾉ (@NuteIIandBread) September 24, 2020
This is not the first time that the TV host stirred a controversy. He has been at the center of numerous disputes, from getting a Ph.D. in 20 days to abusing his influence to spread discord and hatred in the country.
In 2008, in a morning TV show, Aamir Liaquat Hussain, along with a panel of clerics, made offensive remarks against a minority community and discussed their killing as an act of religious responsibility.
In 2011, a controversial video was released through social media showing Aamir Liaquat using profane language and speaking insensitively during the show. In the same video, he mocked his religious guests, carelessly singing Indian songs, and referring to Indian movies.
On the 13th of December 2017, the Islamabad High Court banned Amir Liaquat from making any media appearances till further notice.
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