Television actress Jannat Zubair is carving her niche in the television industry and has managed to garner a huge fan base on her social media. A popular TikTok star that she is, the actress constantly shares interesting and entertaining TikTok videos with fans on social media. As Valentine’s Day is just a few days from now, Jannat seems to all about love. She has found a new TikTok partner as Faisu aka Faisal ditched her for another girl and now, Jannat is singing about 'loverfemi' with this new mate.
On Instagram, Jannat Zubair shared a TikTok video captioning it, “Mujhko hone lagi Loverfemii @ishaankhanblive @abhinavshekhar73 @blivemusicofficial @blivemediabox @mikhill007 #blivemusic #loverfehmi #valentinesday #blivemediabox.” In the video, Jannat introduces her new TikTok video partner and shared how ‘Loverfemii’ is happening to her, just before Valentine’s day. While Jannat was spotted romancing TikTok star Mr. Faisu in her latest videos, after going bonkers with Faisal Shaikh, Jannat Zubair is spotted with her cute brother Ayaan Zubair. In the video, the brother-sister duo is captured having fun, while Jannat acts like she’s madly in love with someone, leaving her brother amused. Indeed, Ayaan is a caring brother. Also Read: Jannat Zubair Is In Tears After TikTok Star Faisal Shaikh Posts Video With Another Girl –WATCH
As Jannat’s 'loverfemi' video is unmissable, the actress continues to impress us with her skills with sibling Ayaan Zubair. Clearly, there’s no doubt that this brother-sister duo is amazing and their video just proves they are #siblinggoals. Meanwhile, as she sings along with her cute AF partner and brother Ayaan, just days back, Jannat was enjoying an awesome time on a vacay with TikTok star Faisal Shaikh in Mauritius. The TikTok duo shared videos from their project together and left many fans wanting more.
Image source: Instagram/ Jannat Zubair
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