Attacking Pakistani women's freedom of choice surrounding 'dupatta', Rabi's highly contentious tweet compares them with the women of New Zealand wearing hijab
Pakistan's controversial singer Rabi Pirzada has cooked up another storm after her tweet regarding women in New Zealand donning headscarves to express solidarity with Muslims baffled netizens.
Attacking Pakistani women's freedom of choice surrounding 'dupatta', Rabi's highly contentious tweet compares them with the women of New Zealand wearing hijab to exhibit compassion towards the victims of the horrific Chirstchurch mosque attacks launched by a white supremacist Brenton Tarrant on March 15.
The 30-year-old singer - who remains in the headlines for one controversy or another - recently took to Twitter to post that after seeing white women in New Zealand entering mosques wearing headscarves, all women of Pakistan headlining anti-dupatta campaigns should die.
Following her tweet, Twitterati is in a deep state of rage and has expressed displeasure over Rabi's condemnable tweet.
Earlier, the singer had triggered a massive controversy when she said she has been harassed by women in the media and that in reality harassment does not actually exist, instead, majority of the cases are consensual.