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In a lengthy Facebook post, he admitted that his way of demeaning the contestants for their personal flaws and personality was a deplorable act and that he apologizes to the contestants who bore with his harsh behaviour. He also apologized to Allah Almighty for hurting the sentiments of people and setting wrong instances for the youth despite being conscious of the consequences of his actions.
He acknowledged that being at an influential position he could have set constructive examples for his young followers. His insolence was enjoyed by his viewership and was mostly done intentionally for TRP and ratings. Many of the scenes were either planned or scripted but some of them were unplanned too.
“I feel really bad for being harsh in Living on the Edge. I hope all the contestants who faced my anger will also forgive me,” he added. “Allah, please help me in creating content which will practically help people in need.”
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He finally concluded his plea with, “Allah please guide me, so I can push our Government to update science subjects in our schools and make Pakistan the next space power.”
When contacted by a local media outlet, Waqar Zaka shared his message on the video in which he stated he is looking forward to producing quality content on his YouTube channel.
“I have spoiled an entire generation of youngsters by steering them away from the path of righteousness. And now I plan to fix this with my content which will hopefully revolve around the concept of a V-log with a message.”