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Jemima in fits after Twitter asks her to re-unite with PM Imran Khan

The user commented in response to a tweet in which she posted a word puzzle game, wordle- a new Twitter trend. She asked her followers to guess the word. Perhaps, the user felt the need to call Jemima Goldsmith back to Pakistan due to the obstacles faced by PM Imran Khan.

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Twitter went into fits of laughter after a user asked Jemima Goldsmith to re-unite with PM Imran Khan because he is struggling without her.

The user commented in response to a tweet in which she posted a word puzzle game, wordle- a new Twitter trend. She asked her followers to guess the word. Instead, the user asked her to return to Pakistan and reunite with Imran Khan since he is being played by his friends. Perhaps, the user felt the need to call Jemima Goldsmith back to Pakistan due to the obstacle confronted by PM Imran Khan while being the premier of the country.

Another Twitter user shared the screenshot of the conversation in which he said, “I bet the creator of Wordle didn’t expect someone to react like this to one of the posts about the game.” To which Jemima commented, “Every tweet. For the rest of my life.”

 

In another tweet, she said, “Pakistan zindabad” with an emoticon of heart and a Pakistani flag. Despite, parting ways from Imran Khan, she always expresses love for Pakistan.

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Jemima Goldsmith’s love for Pakistani truck art

Earlier, she tweeted about the fascinating Truck Art of Pakistan. She shared the pictures and expressed her thoughts on the view. In her tweet, she shared her thoughts about Pakistani Truck Art when she first saw the decorated trucks on her arrival in Pakistan.

“Meanwhile I’m still obsessed by Pakistani truck art. When I first visited Pakistan 27 years ago I thought there must be a carnival happening – every truck, bus, rickshaw, and motorbike was uniquely & lovingly decorated. I need these trainers as a memento,” she said while sharing the pictures of the decorated Pakistani trucks.

Earlier, she had deleted her tweet following bizarre responses from the Pakistani Twitter users.

In a deleted tweet, Jemima Goldsmith had asked Pakistani social media users to help her find an English translation of the Qawwali ‘Athra Ishq Ni Saon Denda’ sung by maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Soon her Twitter feed flooded with responses from Pakistani Twitter users.

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One Twitter user said that the qawwali is currently in the Punjabi language and its English translation is not available yet. However, she must contact Prime Minister Imran Khan for the English translation of the Qawwali.