For Twitter, it was a busy day after singer Rabi Pirzada’s controversial videos and pictures were leaked after she posted a tweet against the film ‘Kaaf Kangana’. Despite the many things that are happening in the country, Rabi has become the top trend on the Twitter platform.
Rabi tweeted just a day before her videos were leaked, “Seriously disappointing, @OfficialDGISPR we all make mistakes but never refuse to admit it or explain it like this.”
— Rabi Pirzada (@Rabipirzada) October 31, 2019
Many people on Twitter condemned the leaking of her personal pictures and videos and stood against the people who are blaming Rabi for the videos instead of the person who made the videos public. Some people criticized Rabi for making the videos in the first place while others criticized the person who leaked the videos.
If anyone needs our support, love and affection the most right now, she is #RabiPirzada . We should put hands together against blackmailing and harassment. Its her life she can do anything she wants. Stay the fuck in your own life.
— Zeus (@MeeeZeus) November 1, 2019
Girls sending nudes aren't as shocking as the males who bully them and use it against them.#RabiPirzada
— AREEJ🔥 (@Areejeyyyy) November 1, 2019
Actually We become Nation Where if Someone Say Something we instead of Proving the point wrong Likes to drag them down,
Where Negativity and Hate gets more Attention and People really want to see it and make these things viral
I JUST CAN'T #RabiPirzada
— Syeda Trimzi (@TrimiziiiSyeDaa) November 1, 2019
Some people on Twitter also said that if they condemn Rabi for making such videos, then the sharing of such videos on social networks must also be condemned.
We as a nation have reached the deepest gorges of immorality. Even if you have seen the video what is this behaviour to spread it. Like today is jummah for God heavens sakes. Spreading immorality is an equal sin as to doing it.
— Haider Riaz Ranjha (@HaiderRiazRanj1) November 1, 2019
Leaking videos, ss, nude pictures.. It has become a trend now to defame somone whether it's fake or real, you don't have any right to bash someone's privacy. Everyone is same, it's just the matter of time who gets exposed first for whatever reason. Show some ethics..#RabiPirzada
— Arsim CH 🇵🇰 (@ArsimTariq) November 1, 2019
Neither I have seen the video nor I will, the only thing want to mention is that its a shameful act. Kindly dont share it, dont make memes.
"Makafat-e-Amal", we should be aware that we have daughters, mother and sisters.
What you do, the same result you will get!#RabiPirzada
— Muhammad Fahim (@Mfahimsays) November 1, 2019
Some people said that it happened in response to her Tweet against the film ‘Kaaf Kangana’, while some blamed it on her old boyfriend.
✅Pak Army funded a movie having cheap item song
✅@peaceforchange defended the item song is by a girl who's playing role of an Indian
✅#RabiPirzada slammed him for disgusting defence
✅Within 24hrs her nudes are leaked on internet
How can a country & its Army be so disgusting? pic.twitter.com/gJT4VGFBjI
— Sir Jadeja fan (@SirJadeja) November 1, 2019
— شیرنی نیازی (@niazi_anaya) November 1, 2019
Rabi Pirzada’s video spread by her ex boyfriend. He had her iCloud password.
Please don’t share this video. We should not spread private things of anyone just for few RTs And Likes.
#RabiPirzada #FridayThoughts pic.twitter.com/0X1rzVPXKM
— Kainat Salim (@kainat_Salem) November 1, 2019
Rabi Pirzada ki videos leak krne ka ilzam army pr lganey se parhez karen ; army ne aisa kuch ni kya ;hmari army hmari muhafiz h ; ye videos indian hackers ne leak ki hen ya phir rabi pirzada k kisi boyfriend ne ya kisi or hater ne …#RabiPirzada
— psýçhò🇵🇰 (@nikki_daacterni) November 1, 2019
At the same time, Rabi contacted the cybercrime department of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to take action against people suspected of invading her privacy.
Rabi told that she had previously sold her phone to a store and that her data had been stolen. She also told that she had filed an application against the store.
According to the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act, The offender can be sentenced to five years in prison for infringing on the privacy of other people, with or without a fine of 10 million rupees. The law clearly stipulates that anyone who assists in the production and distribution of materials that violate the privacy of a person shall be punished by imprisonment for six months, with or without a fine of 50,000 rupees.