Rabi Pirzada quits entertainment industry

Singer Rabi Pirzada has announced that she'll be leaving the entertainment industry

Singer Rabi Pirzada has announced that she'll be leaving the entertainment industry

Singer Rabi Pirzada announced on Monday that she will parting ways with Pakistani entertainment industry following the controversy that engulfed social media recently over her leaked private photos and videos.

In response, Rabi posted a image that reads "Im sorry for being me" to her Twitter page on Sunday. "Including myself", her tweet claimed.

On November 1, Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada's nude movies and footage have been leaked on-line a day after she criticised Pakistani Military spokesperson (DGISPR) Asif Ghafoor on October 31, over the latter's objection to an merchandise tune of the Pakistan Military sponsored film known as Kaaf Kangana that includes Pakistani actress Neelam Muneer on October 31. In the video, she was seen holding a snake.

In a recent turn of events, Rabi Pirzada's videos were compromised and hashtag #RabiPirzada was trending on social media with Twitterati heavily criticising the breach of privacy.

"Don't be a silent bystander, report these tweets and do not forward this violence", she tweeted.

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Rabi Pirzada had indirectly spoken against Meesha when she had gone public with her accusations of sexual harassment against Ali Zafar.

Last week, Rabi was hit a social media storm when her private ad intimate videos got leaked.

Pirzada told Independent Urdu that she had submitted her complaint to the cyber crime unit of FIA. At the same time, the FIA has also confirmed that after Rabi's complaint, he contacted Facebook and asked for information about which person has shared this video on the social media platform.

However, several users on social media came out in support for Rabi.

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