Frustrated Shaniera Akram responds to ‘privileged white person’ trolling
It seems former well celebrated cricketer Wasim Akram’s wife Shaniera Akram is sick of all the criticism coming her way which originated from one of Shaniera’s statements regarding how safe she feels in Pakistan.
Lately, Mrs. Akram took to her Twitter handle to post her views regarding how safe she feels in Pakistan however many people think Shaniera’s statement might be hypocrisy-laden as she is considered to be one of the ‘rich goris’ and someone who occasionally lives in Pakistan therefore social media users feel that she is no-one to comment on how safe of a nation Pakistani is.
There is no place in the world I feel more safe than in Pakistan 🇵🇰— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) September 18, 2021
I stand by my words, In terms of national security, I do feel completely safe in Pakistan.I know where we have come from & I have seen how hard we have worked to promote a peaceful nation & It’s a safe feeling when you’re with 200million people who all want the same thing -PEACE!— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) September 21, 2021
Shaniera decided to respond to the negativity coming her way by taking the solace of her online presence. Through posting various Instagram stories, Shaniera stated that everyone fails to forget she has spent ten years in Pakistan. During the duration, Shaniera reminds everyone of how she fought for rights of the people of the nation and during the experience she started developing love for the country.
While the ex-cricketer’s wife is proud of her heritage, she did everything in her power to spread peace in Paki land.
The star wife also shed light on how she had to neglect the good things life has to offer in order to aid foundations and organizations so that she can contribute towards the growth of the nation.
Furthermore, Mrs. Akram stated: “So, like me or not. Read my words and let them sink in. I am no random. I am Shaniera Akram. I have earned every bit of my name. And I am here to stay! So stop telling me to mind my own business. Let’s stop this horrible trolling.”
Here is what Shaniera had to say about being labelled a privileged gori: