Twitter reacts to Sham Idress and Froggy getting attacked at Karachi Meet & Greet

Sham Idrees and his wife 'Froggy' were beaten up and verbally abused by the crowd.

The beef between the desi YouTube influencers Saad Ur Rehman aka Ducky Bhai and Sham Idress has been topic of the town ever since Ducky ‘exposed’ Sham on his channel. The YouTuber basically alleged Sham and his wife Froggy for staging pranks, copying content and putting a filter on this comments section so critics cannot comment.

Recently the fight heated up again after Sham allegedly bullied Saad’s family. The ‘leaked’ call recording included Sham’s voice, which lead to a messy scene inside Pakistan’s YouTube community and people protesting against bullying.

Things took a further ugly turn when the couple was attacked by (allegedly) Ducky fans during their meet and greet in a mall in Karachi this Sunday. They were circled by a mob, that can be heard chanting slurs and hurling abuses at them. However, the YouTube duo also claimed that someone from the crowd came up to Froggy and punched her in the face as well.


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This is one of the worst examples of how online trolling can potentially turn into real life physical abuse.

“An individual attacked my wife and this is heartbreaking. Hurting women and children is what we have come down to?” – Sham said. 

On the other hand, Ducky also condemned the event and said such sort of violent outbreak at any event is condemnable.

“Just heard about the assault on Froggy at Sham’s meet and greet today. This type of disgusting behaviour should never be tolerated at any cost, especially on a woman. Fans should enjoy the occasion by staying in their limits. This is not what I or any other YouTuber encourage to do.” – Saad said.

The Twitter community has also reacted to the event, raising voice against violent and abusive behaviour. However, some also believe Froggy is cashing on the event, directly blaming Ducky for it. 

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