Following the alleged involvement of Imam-ul-Haq with several women including during the official tours of Pakistan cricket team, the social media is split over the whole controversy.
Ever since his inclusion in the team, Imam has been labeled as a parchi since he is the nephew of former chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, who was in power when Imam made his debut.
Fighting against the sheer criticism regarding nepotism, Imam has now found himself in hot waters over a completely different scenario.
Here is how everyone has reacted to the controversy.
Inzamam isn’t happy.
#Imamulhaq screenshots leaked.
— Har00n (@Har0_on) July 24, 2019
Is it a #MeToo claim to begin with?
Don’t think this Imam ul Haq allegation falls under me too, these screenshots do suggest Imam’s a liar, womanizer & flirt but none of the allegations are of abuse or physical violence, in-fact all these are consensual https://t.co/EXd6ZL4uFt
— Osama. (@ashaqeens) July 24, 2019
Guys this Imam Ul Haq case isn't harassment, its was a two way thing! Stop misguiding fgs! You can rather call Imam a cheater.
— 🖤 (@xyzmariaa) July 24, 2019
Amen to this.
— M (@mahaKay7) July 24, 2019
Tom, Jerry and Imam.
— Ha س An (@HassanSheraz_) July 24, 2019
— 𝓛𝓲𝔃𝔃𝔂 🕊 (@Lizzation) July 24, 2019
Is Imam Targetted?
The girl who exposed #Imamulhaq turned out to be a fake. First she changed her username from @yourferiha to @yourfari and now deactivate her account. It is now confirmed that those screenshots were fake. What a twist. Lmaooo pic.twitter.com/klmfBiYAHm
— 2.0 (@gostudyasad2) July 25, 2019
Another side of the story.
I agree, in some instances, the girls are to be blamed too. But not when multiple girls come forward with the same story and similar SS’s and vids/pics! And the girls usually expose them when they find their (the guy’s) true motives not when a demand is declined. IMO! https://t.co/6pB5MaZS2l
— Bisma Ahmed (@bisma_ahmed) July 24, 2019
Bye Imam ul haq, see u never. Whos next?
— Muz 🏴 (@muzj94) July 24, 2019
From Dead to Rights to Dead to Imam-ul-Haq.
— Blue on Blue (@razzblues) July 24, 2019
— SaaRcastic (@_abbasR) July 23, 2019
When you are equally responsible for such acts, you didn't have a right to share your personal conversation in public, it is not harassment ,It is not bad to have a relationship with someone,,,,but it is definitely bad to have relationships with many.#Imamulhaq
— Sahar 💞 (@Sahar_Awan1) July 24, 2019
Imam Ul Haq can be liar, womaniser but consensual conversation is not harrasement. Stop using #Metoo, bc this thing doesn't come under that.
— A B U Z E R A Z A M (@Anginear) July 24, 2019
This hashtag #Metoo was a good thing. To come forward and share your story so that you could get justice. Now it's used for manipulations. There is a diff in harassment and mutual flirting. Feminism was a positive thing but now has become nothing but cheapness,Sighs.#Imamulhaq
— Assad Bajwa (@oyebajwey) July 24, 2019
I think feminists need to speak out about this Imam Ul Haq issue and openly oppose it being taken under #MeToo umbrella because it is badly hurting the repute and purpose of the movement. This needs to be nipped in the bud before the movement becomes polluted with cases like this
— Saad (@OverLord_Xd) July 24, 2019
*Imam-ul-Haq gets expose*
the reaction of some Paki and zainab
— Sameer (@oosafarnama) July 24, 2019
From one to another
Ukhano and Mohsin Abbas to Imam Ul Haq😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/00VIzHnTxS
— Ahmed Rajput (@ahmedra0110) July 24, 2019