PSL season is in it’s full swing, memes and banter are in the air! Amid the excitement, the official PSL account posted a video of Dananeer, the girl who went viral for her ‘pawri ho rai hai’ video:
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) February 21, 2021
The harmless video was met with a ton of criticism with people complaining that they were sick of seeing the meme everywhere, but sports anchor Fazeela Saba Kashif had a different critique:
— Fazeela Saba Kashif (@saba_fazeela) February 22, 2021
The netizens, however, did not find themselves on the same page as her:
What's wrong in it? @thePSLt20 is marketing its championship with a home grown sensation who is widely been praised across the border. The girl is willingly participating in the campaign, there isn't any exploitation here.
— Syed Bilal (@sbilalk) February 22, 2021
Some shared how one doesn’t need to comment on everything they come across:
There's nothing wrong in it. If you don't like such stuff, just try to avoid it. Those who are enjoying it, let them enjoy. You don't need to comment on everything. As simple as that.
— Ahsan Abbas (@ahsanabbas01) February 22, 2021
People wanted to know the reason:
What's wrong with it? Why can't the official PSL account post it?
— Saba S. Sheikh (@sabassheikh) February 22, 2021
Some thought her critique was intended to gather ‘publicity:’
I don't see any negative content in it.. This is trending now a days and they are marketing their team and PSL through it. Simple logic . I respect you as a presenter but please don't bash everything for the sake of publicity
— Tanzeel Hassan (@tanzeelhassan) February 22, 2021
People were sharing how art is subjective:
what is funny and what is not is quite subjective,If you don't find it funny it does not mean that someone else also does not find it adorable, nothing wrong in it….
— Malik (@cric_malik) February 22, 2021
Some thought she was speaking out of jealousy:
That's another prime example of the word 'JEALOUSY'.
That's neither a porn nor an abusive content btw. Kinda girls are criticizing her for nothing cuz they themselves have never been able to dream, create & explore something. https://t.co/ocDNY9vXhL
— KARDASH (@ShahidNadeem_PK) February 22, 2021
Some shared how women shouldnt be bringing other women down:
women, you are supposed to support other women 😫 https://t.co/ALMv0qy3kv
— sadia. (@SadiaWithOneA) February 22, 2021
— Shikaa (@ShikamaruPk) February 22, 2021
Some suggested that she stops watching it if she doesn’t like it:
— پتھرسٹار (@waliabdul1) February 22, 2021
People who weren’t fans of the pawri meme found nothing wrong with PSL account posting the video:
Lol I don’t even like that pawri thing… but there’s nothing wrong with that.. chill out y’all https://t.co/O7gcFJf1fd
— waleed (@G0dd_0f_thunder) February 22, 2021
Some thought she wanted attention:
"Meray ko kyon nahee mil rahi attention" https://t.co/0s7F0ZwDr5
— Shehzad Ghias Shaikh (@Shehzad89) February 22, 2021
Some threw shade at her with an old video:
— Ghumman (@emclub77) February 22, 2021
— Mirza Moiz Baig (@MoizBaig26) February 22, 2021
People were curious to know:
Type of content ko kya hua hai? Wo bachi kisi insaan ko zibaah nai ker rai is liye masla hai? https://t.co/1E6B41mzvy
— Riasat ki maut (@mahobili) February 22, 2021
People were asking her to stop hating on it:
a) psl is using the current meme trend for marketing purposes in order to appeal to local audiences which is awesome!
b) it is actually still funny
c) don't be a hater, it's not a cute look 🙂 https://t.co/wX7N8uCxV8
— h (@HaadeaP) February 22, 2021
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