Twitter fight erupts between Sana Bucha, Aamir Liaqat and Waqar Zaka over ‘Burma and plastic surgery’

  • Sana Bucha tweeted picture of Aamir Liaquat, Waqar Zaka with caption 'freak show alert'
  • Zaka retaliated by referring to plastic surgery of Lollywood star
  • Aamir Liaquat threatened to unveil 'nasty stories' of Sana Bucha
Lifestyle

ISLAMABAD – A verbal spat initiated on Twitter between three Pakistani moguls Sana Bucha, Aamir Liaqat and Waqar Zaka, last night over the much debated Burma visit of the male duo.


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The first round was fired by journalist-tourned-actor Sana Bucha who tweeted a picture of Zaka and Liaquat bearing a caption ‘Aamir Liaquat’s fake propaganda of arrest in Burma’.

Sana uploaded the picture last Sunday in the wake of reports that both the celebrities, who headed to Myanmar (Burma) to help the violence-suffering Rohingya Muslims, were detained by the authorities.

The former journalist also captioned the picture with: People like them should come with alerts. “Creep approaching”…”freak show alert” #justsaying.

The open criticism served as an impetus for Waqar Zakar who hit back at the anchor on Saturday branding her as ‘Aunty Jee’ and accusing her of undergoing plastic surgery at a time when he (Waqar) was ‘taking out families’ in Burma.

The Video Jockey tweeted another post suggesting Bucha that she should have helped any poor instead of spending money on nose and facial surgery.

Soon after the reply by Waqar Zaka which was termed humorous by some and sexist by others, televangelist Aamir Liaquat also joined in and uploaded another collage featuring Sana Bucha with renowned stars.

Aamir, who was accused of visiting Thailand along with Waqar Zaka instead of visiting Myanmar also posted another tweet threatening the female star not to force him to narrate her ‘nasty stories’.

Liaquat also claimed that Waqar Zaka paid his bills through his own pocket.

The ‘Aisay Nahi Chalay Ga’ host also posted a picture while advocating that the boarding pass of Yangon (Burma) was issued at Bangkok airport.