Mathira slams Malala for tweeting about the new iPhone, not Kashmir
Apple recently raised the curtains on its latest set of iPhone11 which stood out on social media for its multiple rear camera setup.
Given the three-rear camera’s design of iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, social media couldn’t resist poking fun at the camera feature for its resemblance with one or another thing.
With varieties of memes flowing from all directions, Nobel prize laureate Malala Yousufzai also joined the club yesterday.
Some netizens, including Mathira, rushed to criticize the Nobel Prize laureate for not highlighting the issue of Kashmir or responding to Priyanka Chopra’s warmongering remarks.
Mathira expressed her disappointment as she claimed that Malala should have tweeted against Priyanka and the Kashmir issue instead of ‘worrying’ about her dress.
Some netizens attacked Mathira’s tweet for creating unnecessary propaganda and suggested her to fix her communication skills.
She is doing fine, and you should concentrate on your studies, specially English if you are planning to use it as a medium of communication in future.
— KBS (@ksagheer) September 11, 2019
However, Mathira wasn’t alone in feeling that Malala’s silence depicts other interests.
Well amazes me that no coincidence happened to u in last 35 days to remind you about the misery & helplessness of those kids who are put in their houses & not allowed them to go school in #Kashmir yet u call u call urself a “voice” for education so called Novel Laureate. #PaidGob
— Beenish Malik (@iambeenishmalik) September 11, 2019
Your silence is depicting your interest and giving information about your soft corners for Modi!
— Zaheer Ahmad (@engrzaheer) September 11, 2019
When shall there be the coincidence of you speaking for the poor girls of #Kashmir , who haven’t been able to make it to their schools? 😎#Day38CurfewInKasmir #KashmirStillUnderCurfew #KashmirBleeds #KashmirBleeds_WorldSleeps
— Maleeha Hashmey (@MaleehaHashmey) September 11, 2019
School children of Kashmir can’t go to school because of lockdown, at least have curtesy to send a single tweet about them
— Yasir Mirza (@yasirenbcn) September 10, 2019