Abrar-ul-Haq labels Jawad Ahmed a ‘Jealous Failure’

When asked about Jawad Ahmed’s comments, Abrar-ul-Haq claimed Jawad’s remarks were most likely prompted by “failure” and “jealousy”.

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"A jealous person will always be angry due to their failures.”

Abrar-ul-Haq and Jawad Ahmed, two renowned Pakistani singers, rose to fame in the 1990s with their iconic Bhangra songs.

Despite their shared success, the two have been perceived as rivals, with Jawad Ahmed frequently initiating public feuds.

Recently, Abrar-ul-Haq addressed Jawad Ahmed’s accusations on Public News’ show.

In an old post, Jawad Ahmed said:

“I have seen many wicked people in the music industry.

“But none of them are as wicked and religiously hypocritical as Abrar-ul-Haq. His words and his actions are as different as black and white.”

Abrar-ul-Haq fired back: “God forbid. Only Allah can judge if I am a hypocrite or not.

“If Jawad Ahmed says so, I should reassess myself, but I believe his statement is unjustified.

“I often mention Allah in my statements, which seems to bother Jawad Ahmed. He criticises me, a sinner, for talking about Allah.”

Abrar-ul-Haq attributed Jawad Ahmed’s behaviour to jealousy and frustration, stemming from his own failures in life.

He continued: “There are some people, who have faced failure their entire life. A jealous person will always be angry due to their failures.”

Abrar-ul-Haq also recalled receiving awards for his popularity, jury decisions and public voting, which he believed made Jawad Ahmed envious.

He said: “We both used to get nominated and I used to get the awards. It was mostly jury or public voting. I used to feel sorry for him too.”

He claimed that Jawad Ahmed even copied his charitable efforts, initially dismissing charity work as a pursuit of those who failed.

Abrar stated: “He used to say that the people who were done with music go towards philanthropy.

“He said that we could never make a hospital.”

Abrar-ul-Haq alleged that Jawad Ahmed attempted to sabotage his charity collections by sending fake callers, but it did not harm him.

The public has reacted to Abrar’s statements.

A user wrote: “The fact that Abrar is successful and Jawad is not alone proves who is in the right.”

Another asked: “Jawad initially criticised Abrar and now he is following Abrar’s footsteps and is also doing charity work. Who is the real hypocrite here?”

One said: “All Jawad Ahmed can do is cry now. He is no longer loved and he actually has failed. We can see a clear downfall.”

Ayesha is a film and drama student who adores music, arts and fashion. Being highly ambitious, her motto for life is, "Even the Impossible spells I'm Possible"

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