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Feroza’s Tik Tok account restored after Tik Tok apologized her


Komal FatimaWeb Editor

29th Nov, 2019. 05:10 am
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Popular social media app Tik Tok officially apologized to Feroza Aziz; a Tik Tok user for suspending her app account. Tik Tok has made her account active again.

According to details, Tik Tok had taken action against Feroza Aziz’s video in which she mentioned the brutalities happening to Muslims in China while making an eyelash curling tutorial. Tik Tok temporarily suspended her user account.

In her video, the US citizen Feroza Aziz fist started her video with steps to curl eyelashes using the curler. Then she talked about the brutalities Muslims have to face in China. She said, “So the first thing you need to do is to grab your eyelash curler, curl your lashes, obviously. Then you’re going to put eyelash curler down and use your phone to search up what’s happening in China, how they getting concentration camps, throwing innocent Muslims in there, separating families from each other, kidnapping them, murdering them, raping them, forcing them to eat pork, forcing them to drink, forcing them to convert.”

Her video got viral through social media platforms and she got 1.5 million views. However, Tik Tok had temporarily banned her account, as according to them, the video made multiple violations of Community guidelines.

Her account is then restored and Tik Tok officially apologized Feroza in front of the public on Thursday. They gave their statement, “We are reaching out to the user directly to inform her that we’ve decided to override the device ban in this case.”

After the account was suspended, Feroza criticized China, as China is using Tik Tok to never let the truth reveal and China is scared, according to her.

Feroza also mentioned while giving an interview to BBC that she will keep raising voice for Kashmir, Afghanistan, and Colombia through any social media platform.

 

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