In an epic turn of events, kind-hearted Jemima Goldsmith shared a meme on her twitter mocking Bushra Bibi, PM Imran Khan and herself. She laughed off the offensive Lollywood poster featuring her, Prime Minister Imran Khan, and his third wife Bushra Bibi. She shared the picture of a poster on her Twitter account that showed them and the captions read “what kind of black magic did you do?, implicating that Bushra bibi cast black magic on PM Khan.
In a related tweet, she assured that she does not intend to disrespect anyone but that she genuinely cherish funky truck art, street art, and Lollywood posters. She said that like other people she, too, found the poster funny. Perhaps, her additional note was to ward off the expected backlash from passionate supporters of Imran Khan.
Lol.. we know the magic you done on Pakistani nation as we love you so much. I personally consider you as Bhabi of the nation.
Salute to your faith.
— Hans Masroor Badvi (@hansbadvi) February 17, 2020
dear fellow pakistani! your time to post "love you bhabi, bhabi of the nation, o my God, bhabi hm sharminda hen ap se" type tweets starts now.
plz dont forget to tag @RehamKhan1 .
— Maleeha Hashmi (@MaleehaHashmi) February 18, 2020
But her Pakistani followers expressed love, affection, and warmth below her tweet. Some said that the Lollywood poster demonized Bushra bibi and certainly is from Khan’s detractors who have a habit disparage the women connected with Imran Khan. Jemima Goldsmith was also a victim of incessant derision.
Earlier, the first wife of Imran Khan, Jemima Goldsmith was left speechless, after a fan posted a question regarding her feelings for Imran Khan on Twitter.
A social media user asked Jemima a cringy question if she has ever cried badly for Imran Khan. The question left witty Jemima dumbstruck. She responded to the question with an expression of ‘Wow’ while retweeting the post on Twitter. Users took her confused response as a hint at her lingering feelings for her ex-husband, Imran Khan.
Jemima Goldsmith, despite their divorce in 2004, is still popular among Khan’s fans in Pakistan. The couple married in 1995 and parted ways in 2004. Imran Khan and Jemima Goldsmith have two sons, Qasim, and Suleman from the marriage.
Imran Khan and Jemima Goldsmith was the most-sought couple in Pakistan; several fans wished for them to come back together following Imran Khan’s dissolution of a second marriage with Reham Khan. Controversies were rife that Imran Khan might remarry Jemima Goldsmith amid the speculations of his third marriage. Imran Khan, however, ended marrying his spiritual healer, Bushra Maneka.