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Waqar Zaka lands himself in another controversy

March 9, 2017
Waqar Zaka lands himself in another controversy

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Reality TV host Waqar Zaka, whose video of being beaten up went viral on social media, has stirred a new controversy on women’s day.


In a bizarre Facebook post, Waqar appeared to accuse women of harassing men and being greedy and selfish.

“Women’s day, Females should promise they will stop becoming mufta , Today females should promise, that they will not going to get jealous from other females, they will not going to give tension to their husbands or BF by constantly checking their Phones, they will not take guys as ATM, they will not hit on married guys and destroying married life of other females, they will not waste MBBS seats , they will not lie to destroy respect of others, they will not try to separate a guy from his mother after marriage demanding separate home, females will decide their own punishment if they try to destroy guys for their own fun, they will work hard to get educated , to get jobs instead of just becoming house wives and wasting money of their husband, they will try to contribute in betterment of humanity , they will use their powers to help Pakistan not just helping themselves to gain emotional fun,” he wrote.

His post drew strong criticism with some of them asking him to “grow up”.

A Facebook user strongly criticised the post, saying being a housewife is one of the toughest jobs.

“I wish if ur mother had wasted (as per ur statement) little time on u..u might have become a better person or rather a human,” she wrote.

Another user expressed hope that on the occasion of men’s day, he will mention a list of promises that men should make towards their women.

“I hope I see a men’s day post by you, on the 19th of November, giving men a list of promises that they should make towards their women,” she wrote.

 
 
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