A TikToker has apologized to her fans for making a promotional video for PM Shehbaz Sharif at his SCO Summit.
TikToker, in the video, said that she vows never to make a video for PM Shehbaz Sharif and his family. Adding that she had deleted the video following the backlash she received from her followers on TikTok.
A group of TikTokers were hired to run the promotional campaign to highlight the visit of PM Shehbaz Sharif to the SCO Summit in Uzbekistan. The TikToker said that she realized that the nation is upset with the current government that she realized after posting the video and the resultant backlash.
The TikToker, in her video, added that she is ready to return the payment she had received for the PR campaign; she cannot hurt the sentiments of her millions of followers. She added that her followers are important to her. The girl runs a TikTok account with the name ‘Miss Wow’.
میں آئیندہ کے بعد شہبازشریف یا اسکے خاندان کیلئے کوئی وڈیو نہیں بناوں گی
میں نے وڈیو ڈلیٹ کر دی ہے میں ڈبل پیسے واپیس کرنے کو تیار ہوں اور پاکستانی عوام سے اور اپنے فینز سے معافی مانگتی ہوں pic.twitter.com/gf3r7ebtaz
— Naya Pakistan (@Naya__Pakistan_) September 19, 2022
Another TikToker Nadeem Naniwala, in his video, claimed that someone had contacted him to post a PR video for Shehbaz Sharif for his SCO Summit. He said he was offered Rs.50,000, but he refused to be a part of the campaign.
Two days back, a score of social media users shared videos on TikTok publicizing the visit of PM Shehbaz Sharif to the SCO Summit in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
The video is a compilation of the TikTokers talking about the meetings and engagements of Shehbaz Sharif at the summit. All these TikTokers have a huge following.
Some Twitter users are alleging that these TikTokers are part of the PMLN media cell who are being paid apparently to do a campaign for Shehbaz Sharif. A Twitter user noted that all the TikTokers have posted similar content, praising Shehbaz Sharif. The video heavily circulated on social media. TikTokers received massive backlash on social media; one of them apologized for being part of the PR campaign.