It's sad how most Pakistanis can’t even embrace their own skin colour: Zaid Ali

Pakistani-Canadian comedian shut down trolls criticising his wife


Entertainment Desk January 22, 2018
PHOTO: ZAID ALI T/TWITTER

Pakistani-Canadian comedian Zaid Ali T tied the knot last year and is clearly head over heels for his significant other. The vlogger shared pictures of their wedding on social media, which caused quite a stir amongst his fans.

Recently, the couple announced that they are on their first trip to Pakistan together. Taking to Twitter, Zaid posted a picture with his wife and captioned it, "First time in Pakistan together."

https://twitter.com/Za1d/status/954715898375389184

While some people welcomed the couple with open arms, others criticised his wife, Yumna.

https://twitter.com/Sharcasam_/status/954758209742524416

Zaid later took to Twitter to give a befitting reply, and wrote, "Read a comment today on my photo which said 'Your wife is ugly because of her dark skin'. It’s so upsetting how most Pakistanis can’t even embrace their own skin colour."



And people lauded his no-holds-barred stance!



https://twitter.com/MimiiBegum/status/955167719187517440





https://twitter.com/Fayrouz_8/status/955291789908496384



Previously, Zaid shut down trolls on Twitter and gave his two cents, when people called him out on his wife's looks. He posted, “I love how my wife’s looks are more important to people than all the other issues in the world.”

https://twitter.com/Za1d/status/902616079247310848

We hope this matter is put to rest for good!

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COMMENTS (5)

Hina Raheem | 3 years ago | Reply She's just the right color: not raw nor overcooked, what's the problem ?
Dove | 3 years ago | Reply Sick people with sick minds, way to go Zaid. Your wife is very pretty Mashallah
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