Mishi Khan replies to Rabi Pirzada’s ‘Tearing Clothes’ Comment

Rabi Pirzada recently made a statement about women “tearing their clothes” to meet stars. Mishi Khan replied to her comment.

Mishi Khan replies to Rabi Pirzada’s 'Tearing Clothes' Comment f

"seen women tearing their clothes and climbing on these stars"

Mishi Khan is often seen reacting to controversial events that take place, especially in the entertainment industry.

She recently reacted to Rabi Pirzada’s statement about women “tearing their clothes” to meet famous stars.

Rabi Pirzada was a famous Pakistani singer who quit showbiz in 2019 after private pictures and videos circulated online.

She filed a complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), calling for action to be taken against those responsible.

Subsequently exiting the showbiz world, Rabi announced:

“I, Rabi Pirzada, have decided to distance myself from the showbiz industry.

“May Allah forgive my sins. And soften the hearts of people in my favour.”

During an interview, she confessed to exhibiting arrogance and superiority in her demeanour.

Furthermore, Rabi acknowledged a tendency to criticise fellow actors for their controversies.

Reflecting on her past behaviour, the ex-singer expressed remorse for looking down on others and boasting about her moral standing. She recognised it as a catalyst for her downfall.

“Allah punished me for my arrogance.”

Recently Rabi Pirzada shared a video of herself where she said:

“I have travelled with so many stars like Atif Aslam and Ali Zafar, and seen women tearing their clothes and climbing on these stars to get selfies.”

This sparked a lot of reactions on social media.

Mishi Khan reacted to Rabi’s statement and said:

“Tearing their clothes, that’s just exaggeration.”

Aiming a jibe at Rabi, one netizen posted:

“You also took off your clothes and got viral, remember?”

Another added: “We have seen you do the most vile things.

“How could you talk about other women like this when you yourself did all of that?”

But others said Rabi was telling the truth.

A user said: “I have seen it happen at concerts. Girls jump on these singers just to get a picture.”

Another wrote: “This is real. Some women have no shame. They would stoop down to any level just to get noticed by a celebrity.”

One said: “I know people who send their inappropriate videos to these celebrities on their social media. It is in fact not an exaggeration.”

The majority of the users criticised her for her ‘women against women’ behaviour and reminded her of her leaked videos.

It had been reported that Rabi Pirzada’s private pictures and videos were intended for her husband.



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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