Umar Riaz Slams Tiktok User Faizal Siddiqui For His Acid Attack Video; Says, ‘Hold Some Wisdom Before Holding The Camera’

Tiktok User Faizal Siddiqui's acid attack video created a stir in the industry, now Umar Riaz too slammed the user in his tweet

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Umar Riaz Slams Tiktok User Faizal Siddiqui For His Acid Attack Video; Says, ‘Hold Some Wisdom Before Holding The Camera’
Asim Riaz’s brother Umar Riaz became quite a sensation post the model’s presence in the TV reality show, Bigg Boss 13. Doctor by profession, he also garnered a lot of followers on his social networking account. We all know TikTok user Faizal Siddiqui came under the radar after he posted a video promoting acid attack on his TikTok account. Stars, as well as netizens, were seen slamming him as well as the video-sharing app for hosting such videos on its platform.

Now Umar Riaz too in his tweet has penned his opinion about this video, however, he refrained from mentioning the TikTok user’s name in his tweet. Expressing sheer disappointment, he questioned what are people up to. He also asked people in his tweet what if this video had their sister in a similar scenario, would they hold the camera even then. This tweet of Umar got his followers applauding him and shared of missing him too on the social networking site.

His Tweet read, “Just read one of the TikTok influencer quite renowned posting a video of glorifying acid attack on girls and got later banned. What in GOD’s name is happening? Have people lost intellect? Would you do it if it was your sister? Before you hold ur camera, hold some wisdom!”


Currently, Faizal Siddiqui’s TikTok account remains suspended by the video-sharing app, after huge revolt on it. Before Umar Riaz, actress-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt was also seen slamming Faizal Siddiqui for this irresponsible video in her tweet.




Image Source: Instagram/siddiquifaizal/umarriazz91
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