Mathira Critice Malala for Posting About iPhone Stuff And Not About Kashmir

Mathira Critice Malala for Posting About iPhone Stuff And Not About Kashmir

The iPhone 11 has been launched and due to its new design and higher price people are making jokes about it. Malala Yousafzai also trolled iPhone 11 and she wrote, “Is this just a coincidence that I wore this dress on the same day as Apple iPhone 11’s launch.”

Here is her actual tweet:

Is this just a coincidence that I wore this dress on the same day as Apple iPhone 11’s launch #iPhone11 pic.twitter.com/k6s4WM4HKq

— Malala (@Malala) September 10, 2019

People are just loving her joke and can’t stop admiring it.

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So trendy yass

— dany 🌸 (@danielaguevara) September 10, 2019

😂 @Malala killing it with real-time #AppleEvent tweet. So good.

— Andy Nelson (@NelsonAndyR) September 10, 2019

After going through Malala’s tweet Mathira is upset. She is disappointed by Malala’s inhuman behavior. She believes if she has got time for posting a joke, why can’t she take out two minutes from her life to talk about Kashmir issue?

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It’s not just Mathira who feels in this way but there are heaps of people who are questioning Malala for not speaking up for Kashmiris.

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When shall there be the coincidence of you speaking for the poor girls of #Kashmir , who haven’t been able to make it to their schools? 😎#Day38CurfewInKasmir #KashmirStillUnderCurfew #KashmirBleeds #KashmirBleeds_WorldSleeps

— Maleeha Hashmey (@MaleehaHashmey) September 11, 2019

Your silence is depicting your interest and giving information about your soft corners for Modi!

— Zaheer Ahmad (@engrzaheer) September 11, 2019

ak chota saa sawal….!
You stil Alive…….?
Because you not to see what happening in Kashmir…..

— Muhammad Atif (@atif6424) September 10, 2019

Well amazes me that no coincidence happened to u in last 35 days to remind you about the misery & helplessness of those kids who are put in their houses & not allowed them to go school in #Kashmir yet u call u call urself a “voice” for education so called Novel Laureate. #PaidGob

— Beenish Malik (@iambeenishmalik) September 11, 2019

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