Nouman Ijaz Under Fire For Admitting That He Constantly Cheats On His Wife
Noman Ijaz, a TV actor, is under fire for after he proudly admitted to having extramarital affairs and cleverly hiding them from his wife during an interview on Say it All with Iffat Omar.
In a viral clip making rounds on social media he said, “I fall in love with those girls who are beautiful from inside and outside. I am such an intelligent man and actor that my wife never finds out about these things. Husbands of the women I date don’t find out either and the feelings between the women and I are mostly reciprocated.”
This man in one interview says he often cheats on his wife & he’s such a great actor that she never finds out. When iffat asks him about #MeToo he dismisses the movement and says “yeh sab deen say dori hai”
Pakistani men are just work of art! pic.twitter.com/9knbMAne4Y
— Tooba Syed 🍞🌹 (@Tooba_Sd) September 7, 2020
While the actor proudly claims to have cheated on his wife, he dismisses the #MeToo movement as something that’s not religious. Quoting him, he said “Ye sab deen se dori hai.”
Twitter has called out the actor for his hypocritical views and the otherwise double standards that exist when a man admits to cheating on his wife and when a woman calls her out on it.
Noman Ijaz has only exposed the thinking espoused by a large majority- men don’t see anything ‘fahaash’ or vulgar in cheating on their wives, but as soon as outspoken women talk about their rights, it automatically becomes against cultural values. Mental perversion at its peak.
— Nayab Gohar Jan (@NayabGJan) September 8, 2020
spot the difference pic.twitter.com/XxaVrpMr8U
— dhillou sahab 😎 (@sumer_ansar) September 8, 2020
Every other man in our society is nouman ijaz. How can our society let men get away with EVERYTHING while also managing to put the blame on women for their wrongdoings. If a man manages to cheat, he is intelligent? And if a woman calls him out for that then its "islam se duri"?
— Milo (@Avoid_Yaar) September 8, 2020