Pakistan’s most acclaimed star, Feroze Khan took to Twitter to criticize over the popular social media app Tik Tok. The ‘Khaani’ actor calls it ‘digital cancer’ in the wake of a controversial video posted on the app wherein a hijabi girl can be seen dancing at Quaid-e-Azam mausoleum. The video has gone viral on social media and Twitterati can’t stop posting tweets regarding the matter. Actor, Feroze Khan says Tik Tok is a ‘digital cancer’ for youth which is the biggest distraction for them towards achieving their life goals.
The actor also criticized another Tik Tok viral video which was recorded at a graveyard. Feroze Khan’s fans agreed with him on Twitter and many of the social media users also criticized the Chinese app.
Feroze Khan says Tik Tok is a ‘digital cancer’ for youth. Check out the Tweets! Source
Tik tok is cancer. I repeat, cancer ! pic.twitter.com/5hx1EQqgb6
— Feroze Khan (@ferozekhaan) February 26, 2020
And recently tiktokers are being invited on morning shows too, like what they have achieved?? What's big deal dancing on camera!!! don't know where our generation is going what we are doing. May allah save us
— MairAh (@ah_maer) February 26, 2020
Totally agreed. It's not only waste of time but it's distracting our youth from their main goals.
— Dr Ayesha (@Dr_AyeshaNavid) February 27, 2020
— Kakarotto119 ||Busy|| (@imkakarotto119) February 26, 2020
However, on Tuesday, 26th February 2020, the administration of Mazar-e-Quaid decided to request the Federal Investigation Agency for the deletion of the viral video from the app.
The matter is being investigated strictly and the administration of the Mazar-e- Quaid has decided to request the FIA for the deletion of the video.
After watching the Tik Tok viral video of the hijabi girl dancing in front of the shrine, the residents of the city had also protested regarding the matter.
The act is too unethical to dance or to record such kind of videos at tombs and such places. The strict rules should be set for youngsters to not allow them for recording at the places.