Adnan Sami calls Pakistanis ‘dogs’

Asfia Afzal September 2, 2019

Singer Adnan Sami never shies away from abusing and taking dig at Pakistanis whenever and wherever he gets the chance. This time again Sami has abused Pakistanis by calling them ‘dogs’ in his recent tweet.

In reply to a Pakistani guy, who tried to troll him through a picture which read, “Dogs and Indians are not allowed”, Sami replied to him by saying this means ‘Pakistanis and Indians are not allowed’.

This is not the first time Sami has used inappropriate language for Pakistan, from where he actually rose to fame in his singing career. Earlier, he said that Pakistanis are ‘frustrated’, ‘misguided’ and have ‘ostrich mentality’. Many Pakistanis too never hold back from trolling Sami for forgetting his roots who gave him fame and fortune.

Sami’s son Azaan Sami Khan has just started his career in Pakistan music industry and has been giving some incredible music to some of the prominent Pakistani movies. Recently, during a recent interview with BBC Asian Network, 26-year-old Azaan revealed that while he shares multiple differences with his father over their differing views on India and Pakistan and he has no right to question his views.

“The reason I have never spoken about this before is because he is my father, I love him and respect him. He has made certain decisions of where he wants to live. What I choose to call home now is my choice and I chose to work in Pakistan,” he said.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2019

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