Mixed reactions over Karachi bakery's refusal to write 'Merry Christmas' on cakes
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Mixed reactions have started flooding the threshold of Twitter as a renowned bakery in Karachi has reportedly refused to write 'Merry Christmas' on a cake.
A lady approached the DHA branch of Delizia bakery in Karachi to get a cake however the state of events which unfolded during her visit proved to be highly unfavorable for her. One of the employees from the bakery refused to acknowledge the woman's request to write 'Merry Christmas' on the cake stating that it has been instructed from the kitchen.
The woman who is known as Celestia Naseem Khan took to her social media handle and penned an informative note shedding light on everything that occurred at the bakery.
This incident has gained quite a lot of recognition all over social media with mixed reactions comprising of some supporting the woman while some supporting the bakery's decision.
Hashtag Delizia has now become a top twitter trend. Here we have compiled some of the reactions for you:
World going to mars— Baakh (@bnusrat) December 22, 2021
meanwhile Pakistanis: we won’t write merry Christmas on cakes cause company orders #delizia
You cannot go to a Hindu bakery and tell them to write "I love sacrificing Cows"! Cuz it's against their faith! Delizia is not disrespecting their faith, they are respecting their own! Something liberal Muslim Apologists fail to understand!— Ilmi Hub (@ilmihub) December 23, 2021
Please understand that they are not disrespecting anyone's religion, they are just not writing the words which are strictly condemnable in their own religion as it shows a clear SHIRK and it's not forgivable!!#Delizia #Delizia pic.twitter.com/JJU2h1Ampy— Malik A (@XlxNwash) December 24, 2021