A video from Atif Aslam’s concert at IBA goes viral for all the wrong reasons
Atif Aslam’s concert at the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi has ignited a controversy on social media after a video from the event went viral.
During his performance, Atif Aslam played the voice notes of the organizers who were begging him to perform at the concert on the same night after he refused to come due to payment issues.
— RaFaZ aaDeeZ 🎵 (@Rafaz_aadeez) January 6, 2020
The Tu Jaane Na singer had shared on his page that the event was fake, and he didn’t receive any payment from the organizers. The issue got resolved and later, Atif Aslam shared that he will be performing at the event on Sunday.
The concert proved to be a big hit and a great start to 2020 after a huge crowd showed up at the venue.
— Ayesha Aadeez (@we_are_aadeez) January 6, 2020
However, Atif Aslam ended up doing the most savage thing by playing the voice notes of alleged organizers who were begging him to perform at the concert.
Watch the video from Atif Aslam’s concert below!
The video from the concert is now going viral on the internet for all the wrong reasons. Where some people think the singer made fun of the
One person came up to clarify that Atif Aslam played the recordings because he found them cute and not to make fun of anyone.
I was there. He did it because he found it cute. Not exactly to make fun of them. After playing those, specifically thanked the people who sent those notes
— Shahrukh (@shahrookhh) January 6, 2020
And some people found it absolutely hilarious
— aadeezarzoo 🔥 (@aadeezarzoo) January 6, 2020
2 min of silence to those whom whatsapp voice notes were played by Atif Aslam in between the recent concert in IBA by egnima on 5th January.
"Atif bhai plx ajaen hamari izzat ka sawaal hai" LOL 😂
— Usama Umair (@thegholuman) January 7, 2020
— Aswad Shiraz (@aswadshiraz) January 6, 2020
Atif Aslam ne IBA main kiya kya hai? Saw the video of him playing voice notes 😀
— Jibran T. Siddiqui (@jibransiddiqui) January 6, 2020
What’s your take on this? Let us know in the comments below.
Stay tuned to Hit in Pakistan for more updates and news!