We saw how celebrities came out to protest for the motorway incident and seek justice for the survivors. The protest was arranged by Yasir Hussain, Frieha Altaf and other celebs.
Many people applauded them for coming out but wait there is another side of the story and you will be surprised to know about it. Many people have come out on social media and exposed the whole story behind this.
A Facebook user has shared the complete story and he said, “I have way too much rage to be able to make a coherent post but I will one because now this has become too much. This is what happenedat the Nationwide Transgender Protest on Rape and Transmisogyny in Pakistan. These jerks came over, Freiha Altaf moved the water stall and limo soda vendors back from the road (he was giving everything on discount to the protestors but was clearly too ugly to be in this celebrity protests press shots), the celebs formed their pretty little protest teeming with their personal PR handlers and photographers, naturally all the media went to them because over 200 poor transgender women and khwajasiras weren’t worth it, they refused to join in the trans” protest which is literally ON RAPE AND VIOLENT MISOGYNY and YES this includes Sarwat Gillani y’all’s latest feminist icon (limited to BBC), make bullshit rhetorical comments about good touch and bad touch, the trans women leave because all coverage is now gone to cover the pretty celebs in their pretty little “protest”, the pretty little celebs’ pretty little protest ends, and they all go back home in their chaffeur driven vehicles.”
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However, Yasir Hussain while talking to Galaxy Lollywood clarified that the protest was done in a peaceful manner and he said that a separate protest was organized by celebrities because they have a huge fan following and it will create more awareness.
He said that it is the media’s job to cover everything equally. He also stood with transgenders to support their cause.
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