Hareem Shah slaps Mufti Qavi: Here’s the reason why!

Hareem Shah said Mufti Qavi physically harassed me while he was on the shoot for a TV program.

A few days back a video went viral in which Hareem Shah slapped Mufti Qavi. In a recent interview, Hareem Shah revealed the reason behind slapping Mufti Qavi.

Hareem Shah mentioned that “Mufti Qavi had been invited to shoot for a TV program in Karachi and all his travel and accommodation expenses were paid by me. Mufti Qavi was doing vulgar conversation and everything”.

“After that Mufti Qavi physically harassed me. In return, I and my cousin slapped and started beating him. The purpose of making this video was only to show his real face in front of the people. He was continuously passing vulgar comments”, added Hareem.

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Hareem Shah is a social media celebrity who rose to fame after releasing a video on TikTok. Meanwhile, Qavi is also a controversial figure who has been spotted with young girls in various leaked videos. Several of his controversial videos have been released on social media earlier.

Earlier, a video of him dancing with the woman went viral on social media. Qavi had categorically denied the veracity of the video. “This video of me dancing with the Korean woman is fake,” he told The News correspondent Nadeem Shah.

Mufti claims that a ‘lobby’ is against him

He claimed that a ‘lobby’ has been active against him ever since he issued “strong statements against Indian premier Narendra Modi for subjecting Kashmiris to inhuman torture and killing innocent people in the [Indian occupied] Kashmir valley.”

He said the group had edited and produced a fake video “for the sole objective of widely defaming Pakistan and the religion of Islam”.

He said he never wears “such a tight kameez as displayed in the video” and claimed that the video editor had “pasted my head on the body of someone else.”

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Qavi claimed a United Kingdom-based YouTube channel had uploaded the fake video and the channel’s owner, whom he identified as Hamad, had also sought an apology from him for doing so.

 

 

 



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