Twitterati urging Jeremy McLellan to stay away from Aamir Liaquat

Published: December 13, 2018
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Ever since famous TV personality Aamir Liaquat got married for the second time, Twitterati has been trolling him. Some even called him out for going against his first wife’s wishes and not letting her know that he was planning to tie the knot with another woman. The scholar has been invited to various morning shows, which has raised more questions on his marriages and parenting style.

In one of the morning shows, Liaquat announced his plans to work on a Netflix series. While many users on Twitter started suggesting names for his upcoming project, the 47-year-old TV host tweeted to famous comedian Jeremy McLellan. He wrote, “Hi Jeremy McLellan.”

The ambassador of the Pindi Boyz, who claims to be 21-years-old, gave a worried reply, “… Hi?” He then went on to ask if Liaquat contacting him was “good or bad”. McLellan further wrote that he was “excited” for their “upcoming buddy cop movie, Mango and Cash”.

But Twitterati knew it all too well.

One user wrote, “If he asks you to connect him with someone at Netflix, then for the sake of Pakistan, please say no.”

Another tweeted, “1. Make eye contact to let the panther know you are aware of its presence. 2. Do not run. 3. Avoid crouching or bending over. 4. Appear larger. 5. Fight back if attacked.”

While a third one added, “If it offers a mango, eat it yourself before you’re made to eat it.”

The users asked McLellan to stay away from Liaquat and called him “bad news”.

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  • Bunny Rabbit
    Dec 14, 2018 - 12:35AM

    Seriously I am not happy with the way this Aamir Liaquat treats his first wife . You can marry many number of times but with a legitimate reason . What problems did he encounter with his first wife to justify his second marriage Recommend

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