Whereas Bilal Saeed is not any stranger to controversies, the next video scandal of him comes as a terrific shock as a viral video is being circulated on the net the place the Baari crooner is noticed assaulting a pair exterior his home in Lahore.
Rumours are rife that the couple with whom Saeed is being violent is actually his personal brother and sister in regulation. Probably the most stunning of all, the 32-year-old singer may be noticed kicking the girl repeatedly within the presence of police.
Within the quick clip, the heated argument appears to show in a full-blown combat the place other than a verbal dispute the singer and the folks round are getting violent. Regardless of being bodily restrained by the police, there isn’t a cease to the bodily combat.
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Feedback of discouragement poured in as #ShameonyouBilalSaeed began trending on social media platforms. A mixture of shock and utter disappointment gripped the followers seeing their favorite singer shedding his calm.
— Khanu⚡❤️ (@Pathan_nhi_hu) February 4, 2021
— Faizan Akram (@ItsFaizannn) February 4, 2021
Tbh,I’m totally shocked to see that how can somebody dare to kick a lady.The very video is buzzing on social media in the mean time during which #BilalSaeed is kicking a lady. It’s very depicting to see how a lot somebody can stoop low.#ShameonyouBilalSaeed
— Haمza Israr♠️ (@thatsme_Hamza) February 4, 2021
Bilal Saeed how the HELL did you KICK a “WOMAN”!? Who gave you the proper to BEAT a WOMAN? DISGUSTING! Disgrace on you!
— لا۔ (@Labbyy2) February 4, 2021
Earlier, an FIR was registered in opposition to singer Bilal Saeed and actor Saba Qamar following their video track Qubool controversy at Wazir Khan Mosque in Lahore.
The act of filming a music video on the mosque had damage the non secular sentiments of the general public and the duo obtained backlash.
A Pakistani singer-songwriter and music producer by occupation, Bilal began his profession in 2011 and gained recognition via his debut single ’12 Saal’ and ‘Adhi Adhi Raat’ in 2012.