Qandeel would have danced better than ‘parchi’ Momina Mustehsan: Humaima Malick
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Humaima Malick called out Momina Mustehsan for her recent performance at the 18th Lux Style Awards. Mustehsan`s performance was rather criticized on social media where people had their opinion about the said performance.
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Mustehsan posted the said performance on Instagram, “Here’s to women creating their own opportunities with resilience and believing they’re much more than someone’s perception of them. And most of all, owning themselves for whatever they are – unapologetically.”
According to Express Tribune, In a now-deleted comment on Instagram, Malick revealed how two performances at the award show were ‘dropped out’ in order to accommodate Mustehsan.
“Two singers, male and female were dropped out last minute for this big performance,” wrote Malick, she continued taking another jibe at Mustehsan, “God bless parchi system but it’s so cute.”
While referring to Qandeel Baloch, Malick mentioned “May Allah bless Qandeel Baloch’s soul. If she were alive, she would have performed way better.”
It is pertained to mention here that Malick has previously bashed Mustehsan on social media too. She slammed Momina Mustehsan for her stance on Qandeel Baloch.
It was when Mustehsan went on to defend Mahira Khan when her images went viral with Bollywood actor Ranbhir Kapoor, Malick called her for the double standard.
Jesus. Can we please give @TheMahiraKhan a break?! Why are we so quick to judge and attack?! Esp if it's a woman in question. It's her life!
— Momina Mustehsan (@MominaMustehsan) September 21, 2017
Double standard pic.twitter.com/WjkD3zPa9j
— HUMAIMA MALICK (@HumaimaMalick) September 23, 2017
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