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Pakistani well known singer Rabi Pirzada who was recently in limelight for her controversial viral video has requested for prayers for a new beginning of her life.
Pirzada after facing a severe backlash from the netizens and others have now releases her video statement where she stick firm to her decision regarding saying a goodbye to the entertainment industry once for all.
Moreover, the singer has taken this step with an intent to get more closer to her religion.
On her official Twitter handle, the singer dressed in a solemn black with a headscarf, and once again tendered her sincere apologies to a lot of huge fan following.
It was hard to get a message from Rabi after this incidence, she is totally shattered.
She requests to pray for her 🙏🏻 May Allah save us all from evil. Ameen
Complete message https://t.co/mcUds8zieC pic.twitter.com/afoqp6IYzv
— Rabi Pirzada (@Rabipirzada) November 14, 2019
During her video statement, Pirzada quoted few religious texts and said that “My mistakes are between myself and my Creator, the One who knows what is in the hearts of the people. He is the All-Forgiving and the Most Merciful.”
Pirzada also revealed that when her video was leaked, many people started approaching her for different projects subsequent to the negative content.
Moreover she further stressed that “Many women were ready to fully support her with assurance that no one will dare to harm her.”
All those women have affiliation with the trending #MeToo and #MeraJismMeriMarzi,” movement, she said further.
Rabi also revealed that “People had mocked her in the most worst manner with abhorrence and added that many accused her for intentionally doing such act for gaining popularity.”
“But I realise that even after I run away from the world, I cannot run away from my Lord,” she maintained.
Turning into tears during the video message, Pirzada said that “Harsh comments made by some of you may discourage many people from following the right path.”