Quite an absurd video featuring a Pakistani pop singer Rabi Pirzada posing along with snakes and crocodiles, threatening the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi over the government’s move to scrap J&K special status has gone viral on the social media.
The video goes around 50-second-long that was shared on Twitter from the official account of the singer, Pirzada. In the video, she is seen holding snakes and in the meanwhile warning the Indian PM Modi and the netizens of India about the dire consequences.
This bizarre video begins with Pirzada greeting the viewers and then moves ahead identifying herself as a Kashmiri woman who is ready for India. She further reveals that the snakes she is showing in the video are gifts for PM Modi. Then the camera shifts its focus to the reptiles in the room which includes a number of snakes and alligators.
By the end of the clip, Pirzada even sings a song on the people of Kashmir. As soon as the video was shared online, it went viral, triggering equitable reactions from a number of users along with the reasonable trolling that hit the Pakistani singer. Moreover, some users even expressed their concern over the use of reptiles in the viral clip.
Watch the video here:
The video has been viewed over 90,000 times.
One of the user wrote a comment on the video mentioning: “Sorry but that python dude didn’t like the song.” While the other user called out the singer for making a song on the situation of Kashmir.