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Rabi Pirzada paints Turkish president Erdogan

“Rajab Tayyab Erdogan is one of the most influential leaders of the Islamic world. He has always tried to unite the Muslim Ummah and has raised his voice against the oppression of Muslims. I wish I could gift this painting to @rterdogan_ar,” wrote Rabi Pirzada on Twitter.

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Former actress and singer, Rabi Pirzada on Thursday, said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the most influential leader of the Islamic world. Pirzada lauded President Erdogan as she painted his portrait and shared the image on her Twitter account.

“Rajab Tayyab Erdogan is one of the most influential leaders of the Islamic world. He has always tried to unite the Muslim Ummah and has raised his voice against the oppression of Muslims. I wish I could gift this painting to @rterdogan_ar,” wrote Rabi Pirzada on Twitter.

She also expressed her wish to gift him his painting and tagged President Erdogan in her tweet. The former actress received massive appreciation for her artwork from social media users. In the tweet earlier today she informed me that she has been learning the art of painting since 2012.

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“Dear friends, I am happy for ur concerns about this painting being made by me, I am learning from J. Arif since 2012, and I made this painting in 2017 December, but as I was in showbiz I asked him to sign n sell, I uploaded it originally but my team changed the signs, I have so many videos of live paintings even better than this one, we must not start abusing someone we don’t know, I am working for the image of Pakistan and few are working in damaging it. I can make a better one right in front of any president of any country, Allah has blessed us all. Prayers” wrote Rabi Pirzada on her Twitter account.

The actress has been posting images of her paintings of various political figures as she quit the entertainment industry a few months ago. She even posted the painting of the PMLN leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif as well.

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