Pakistani TikToker Hassan deletes his account for religious reasons. He has deleted his videos from his accounts and has asked his followers to delete his videos too because he does not want anyone to sin because of him.
Hassan Abid penned a lengthy letter about his spirituality. Hassan told his followers, “This is what affected my life and guided me to the right path (shared a motivational video). For all of you, as a viewer, this might be sudden but I have been thinking about this for a long time. This is called Jariyah Gunnah when ever I die and left all this stuff behind then this will cause an increase in my punishment and that’s why I am requesting you all delete all my videos plz. And I hope you guys will understand and learn from all this. This is why I left all social media platforms because I am the reason which makes you all hear the songs and also makes you sinners by listening to them and which leads to the increase in my sins too. I deleted my accounts with a lot of followers, I regret nothing and will never regret it, you should also not be having any problem that’s why I am requesting you all to delete all of my videos,” said Hassan.
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Hassan is famous for making transition videos. He has approximately 254 thousand Instagram followers and recently deleted his YouTube and TikTok accounts, which had millions of followers.
In another sad development, Gujranwala Police claim to have arrested two brothers for killing their cousin over TikTok media rivalry. Police were investigating the murder of the 17-year-old boy.
Police said that Aslam and his cousins were all famous on TikTok. They also played an online game, Players Unknown Battle Ground (PUBG). Things worsened when the victim abused the two brothers while playing the game. The brothers were also jealous due to the rising popularity of the victim on TikTok. Aslam had rapidly gained more followers than the brothers on TikTok which caused a rift among the cousins.