Two days back we reported to you that Amir Siddiqui's TikTok account got suspended due to multiple violations of community guidelines. However, there is good news for him and his followers as his account has now been revived, intact with his 3.8 million userbase. But the TikTok star is in no mood to use it until his brother Faizal Siddiqui's account is also reactivated. Faizal's account was suspended on May 19 after uproar on Twitter calling for a ban on TikTok as a clip of Faizal throwing acid on a girl, went viral on the micro blogging site.
Confirming the news to TOI, Amir said, "Yes, I have got my account back, but I won’t use it until my brother, Faizal’s account is reactivated, too. We will fight it legally because we know we are not wrong. We have proof to substantiate our claims and have full faith in our judiciary. My management team will soon be sending out a press release on the matter.” He also added, “I don’t know who is behind all this and why they are targeting my brother and me. They are cropping our old videos and editing them in such a way that a wrong message goes out. Then, they level false allegations against us.”
Talking about Faizal's account suspension. It was taken down after he received criticism for posting a video that allegedly glorified acid attack. A complaint was filed by Rekha Sharma, Chairperson National Commission of Women against him for promoting violence against women. After the account was deactivated, talking to us exclusively Faizal has said, "Today my account got suspended and I am really very upset. However, I don't want to add anything more to it".
Meanwhile, Amir Siddiqui is also dealing a legal battle after casting director Noor Siddiqui filed a police complaint against him for spreading hatred and sending threat messages to him. But, Aamir had replied to his legal complaint and denied all charges and accusations levelled at him by Noor.
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