Pakistani Singer Rabi Pirzada Quits Showbiz Over Leaked Private Video
Rabi Pirzada has been trending on social media ever since her videos and pictures were leaked online a few days back. Pakistani singer and actresses Rabi Pirzada announced on her recent tweet that she has decided to quit the media industry after her private video got leaked and trolled on social media very badly. She wrote on Twitter, “I, Rabi Pirzada quitting showbiz. May Allah forgive my sins. And soften the hearts of people in my favor”
Last week some personal videos and pictures of Rabi Pirzada got leaked somehow and became viral. And people who always remain in search of such news, they trolled her on social media. And this behavior made her take such a decision.
This is reported that Rabi has filed a complaint at the Federal Investigation Agency over her leaked content that spread all over the social media platform. She moved an application to the cyber crime wing for her data stolen from her phone. Rabi claimed that someone sold her phone and her data got leaked from it. She also filed an application against the shop.
She got much public attention after video leakage, some were too quick in criticizing the singer for making such videos and some other pointed her that she has been bullied by the person who leaked her footage in the first place.
Most of all Rabi also threatens Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that she will attempt suicide attack. There is a post of her, get into something that looks like a suicide jacket and there is a caption warning Modi over Kashmir lockdown. #ModiHitler I just wish huh.
Not only suicide jacked, but she also threatens Modi with snakes and crocodiles. She uploaded a video in which she has hold snakes. And there is a description alongside the video, “all these are gifts for PM Modi, my friends will feast on you”.
Under the Prevention of Electronic Crime Act (PECA) 2016, the leakage & theft of someone’s private data is a punishable act. One can be sentenced to prison up to 7 years and a fine up to Rs 10 million.