Shaneira’s tweet left netizens shaking their head in confusion

Sarfaraz RizviWeb Editor

23rd Aug, 2021. 01:21 pm
“I can recall so many instances where so many men behaved like they own the place or the woman or the child or the goat. Don't know about the good men. Men will never understand what a woman goes through every day. And these are the worst of the times to sympathize with men.” Shaniera's tweet comes after a TikToker was brutally abused by a mob of 400 men at the Greater Iqbal Park, Lahore, on 14th August.

Shaniera Akram, the wife of cricketer Wasim Akram, is in hot water after a recent tweet in the midst of the ongoing Minar-e-Pakistan debate.

Shaniera, who is active on social media, sent an apology to all the males who have been “failed” by their Pakistani brothers on her microblogging app.

“My heart goes out to all the good men of Pakistan. I’m sorry so many of your brothers have failed you,” tweeted Shaniera Akram.

 

Shaniera’s remark, on the other hand, was not well received by her fans, particularly those who belonged to the ‘All Men’ brigade.

“This is such a tone-deaf thing for you to say. I’m sorry to say that I’m disappointed. “Pakistani women face so much, it’s our fight that needs to be emphasised, not the ‘Not All Men’ bandwagon,” one person commented.

Another follower also corrected Shaniera’s comment:
“Corrected tweet: My heart goes out to all the women of Pakistan. I’m sorry men have failed you.”

One individual went on to tell Shaniera about her own problems in attempt to educate her on the seriousness of her tweet.

“I can recall so many instances where so many men behaved like they own the place or the woman or the child or the goat. Don’t know about the good men. Men will never understand what a woman goes through every day. And these are the worst of the times to sympathize with men.”

Shaniera’s tweet comes after a TikToker was brutally abused by a mob of 400 men at the Greater Iqbal Park, Lahore, on 14th August.

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