Ayesha Malik yet again lambastes Priyanka Chopra

By Aizbah Khan - Web Editor - BOL News

05th September, 2019

Ayesha Malik yet again lambastes Priyanka Chopra

Thursday 05th September, 2019

Pakistani-American blogger Ayesha Malik has once again lambasted Indian actress and United Nations goodwill ambassador Priyanka Chopra.

Ayesha Malik shared a video at her Twitter addressing Priyanka Chopra  handle in which she described the importance of empowering women and educating girls.

Ayesha Malik tweeted that I totally agree with you, Now let them have a chance to say their thing without snatching a mic.

Prior, Ayesha Malik confronted Priyanka Chopra Jonas about allegedly encouraging India-Pakistan nuclear war at a beauty event in Los Angeles and labelled her a ‘hypocrite’.

She said she was “extremely disappointed” at the UN ambassador and global star’s response to her question.

Ayesha Malik had her mic taken away when she was questioning the Priyanka Chopra at the event. Instead of replying the question, UN goodwill ambassador Priyanka Chopra said “why are you ranting girl” and portrayed as Ayesha was screaming at and attacking her.

On February 26, Chopra Jonas had tweeted ‘Jai Hind’, a slogan loosely translated as Hail India, with the hashtag #IndianArmy alluding to Indian fighter jets bombing militant training camp in Pakistan.

The tweet had evoked polarizing reactions with several calling out Chopra Jonas for encouraging war.

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