Tik Tok star Hareem Shah clarifies she didn't leak Shaheen Afridi's video

Tik Tok star Hareem Shah clarifies she didn’t leak Shaheen Afridi’s video

Hareem later cleared that she is only on Instagram and TikTok.

Shaheen Afridi
Shaheen Afridi. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Pakistan TikTok star Hareem Shah’s name is doing the rounds on social media over the last couple of days. Earlier, on Twitter, an account claiming to be Hareem revealed that she has the video of a Pakistan cricketer masturbating while on a video call with her. However, Hareem later cleared that she is only on Instagram and TikTok and all other accounts by her name are fake.

Rather the Twitter account by her name had as many as 76.5k followers. And many thought that another Pakistani cricketer might come under the scanner. But after Hareem’s clarification, the fake account was deleted from Twitter.

But despite the clarification, the same account leaked the video of Pakistan cricketer masturbating and he was none other than Shaheen Afridi. But with the clarification given earlier by Hareem Shah, it is clear that the fast bowler wasn’t involved in the obscene act while on a video call with her. With the account getting deleted, the video got vanished but by then it had gone viral.

According to the earlier tweet, Hareem agreed to call Shaheen on the pretext of casual conversation. However, the cricket star had some other intentions, much to the surprise of his lady friend. Shaheen Afridi is yet to speak on the matter and has been trolled on the social media for his action.

Before the account got suspended, a Twitter user had downloaded the video and posted with a caption on Twitter. He wrote, “Here is the video. The cricketer who was masturbating on live video call. Its’ #ShaheenAfridi. He said he wanted to talk. Few mins later, he started showing his private part. Is it right?”

Here is the video: (WARNING: The clip contains obscene content)

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The fast-bowler, nonetheless, will have his eyes set on the soon-to-start series against Australia. Shaheen Afridi was one of the few positives for Pakistan in the World Cup. The left-arm pacer played the last three games of the campaign and picked up 13 wickets including a record 6 for 35 against Bangladesh to become the youngster to take a fifer in the World Cup.