The life and death of Pakistan’s social media sensation Qandeel Baloch

| Saturday, July 16, 2016 - 16:02
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The controversial journey of Qandeel

New Delhi: The life of a famous social media personality, Fouzia Azeem who was popularly known as ‘Qandeel Baloch’ came to a tragic end after her much glamorous life was ended on Saturday by her own brother.

The social media sensation, Qandeel Baloch, became a notable personality because of her videos which she used to post on social media discussing her daily routine and various other controversial issues. There had been a time when she was compared to international TV personality Kim Kardashian. However, Qandeel made it to headlines after she exclaimed that she will strip down if Pakistan defeats India in ICC World T20 on 19 March 2016.

Apart from her controversial statements, her enticing videos on social media grabbed the headlines not only in Pakistan but in India as well.

Keeping aside her virtual life, Qandeel’s real life has seen ups and downs. A fact unknown to many, Fouzia Azeem had a husband and a child before she became a sensational social media personality. However, the model never gave a deaf ear to these allegations and boldly accepted that she was married to ‘Aashiq Hussain’ in 2008 and even had a child with him in 2009. Adding to this, she also claimed that it was a ‘forced marriage’.

In an interview with controversial anchor Mubashir Luqman, Qandeel had said that she takes Sunny Leone, Rakhi Sawant and Poonam Pandey as her inspirations. 

Qandeel Baloch also made an appearance in an explicit music video ‘BAN’ on YouTube which has garnered more than one million views.

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