Amidst news of quitting, child vlogger Shiraz's sister Muskan releases video

Facebook page recently delighted fans with a mini vlog

Entertainment Desk May 27, 2024

Amidst news of child vlogger Muhammad Shiraz and his sister Muskan taking a step back from the digital sphere, a mini vlog has been released. Since the initial announcement, the YouTube channel "Shirazi Village Vlogs" has not posted any new content.

However, Facebook tells a different tale. Their Facebook page recently delighted fans with a mini vlog featuring the exceedingly endearing Muskan. In the video, Muskan can be seen wearing traditional jewellery on her forehead, showcasing her village, and introducing viewers to a buffalo.

All of this follows the surprising news of the two siblings stepping back from vlogging, given that their father spoke about how fame was impacting Shiraz. The decision to halt their vlogging activities has left a void in the daily routine of their fans, who had grown accustomed to the charming and wholesome insights into village life and the two children's hilarious antics.

When the young creators were made to take a step back from the limelight, their fans were left with fond memories of their delightful vlogs and a hope that they might return to vlogging in the future. Fans were also supportive of the decision, lauding their father's parenting and priorities.

Shiraz initially captured the hearts of viewers worldwide with his adorable and engaging vlogs. As his popularity soared, Muskan’s delightful appearances in the videos were equally embraced by the audience, further boosting the channel’s success.

As the duo navigates uncertain ground and teases fans with such appearances, their admirers remain grateful for the joy and cultural insights they provide through their vlogs. Whether or not they choose to return to vlogging, the legacy of their heartwarming content will continue to resonate with viewers around the world.

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