Hareem Shah, whose Tik Tok video shot in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) went viral, said that sexual harassment is simply unacceptable.
Pakistani Tik Tok starlet revealed that she was mobbed by a large number of people at events and was touched inappropriately by few people. She called such people ‘shameless’.
Whether you’re a TikTok star, a local citizen or any other top celebrity – sexual harassment is simply unacceptable and sadly in Pakistan here’s no specific legislation that labels sexual harassment outside of workspaces as a crime, said Hareem Shah.
One major example of such a case is singer Meesha Shafi’s who accused Ali Zafar of inappropriate actions.
Hareem Shah always finds herself with controversies surrounding her and sadly she fames for all wrong reasons.
Moreover, recently in a video that surfaced on internet, the TikTok star was be seen dancing with an MPA of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) from Gilgit-Baltistan at a private hotel.
Furthermore, she also gained huge popularity when a video clip of someone pretended to be Hareem Shah on Twitter, showed the cricketer Shaheen Afridi behaving inappropriately during a video call.
Earlier, Tik Tok star Hareem Shah disclosed who allowed her inside the Foreign Office, days after she came under criticism for her video shot inside the government building.
According to the Tik Toker, it was a “high ranking government official” who allowed her inside the Foreign Office where she shot a video and took multiple pictures.
The woman took to Twitter to share a video in which she requested the people to refrain from making speculations or assumes things on their own.
The Tik Tok star apologized for sitting on the Prime Minister’s seat inside the Foreign Office.
“I was passing by the Foreign Office when I got to know that the foreign minister is there. I’m a huge fan of his and he is like a father to me,” she said. “I wanted to meet him but unfortunately he wasn’t there hence I took some pictures and made a video in the waiting area which went viral,” she added.
“Please stop saying things that may prove difficult for my mother or sister if they have to go out tomorrow for any work,” she said.