Sonya Hussyn’s Gaffe About Malala’s Achievement Goes Viral

She called Malala a scientist.

In today’s age of instant information and social media, even the most minor mistakes can quickly go viral. Such was the case when Pakistani actress Sonya Hussyn’s gaffe regarding Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai’s achievements made waves on the internet. In a time when factual accuracy is paramount, this incident serves as a reminder of the importance of responsible and informed communication.

Recently the actress appeared in Shoaib Akhtar’s talk show with journalist Waseem Badami. During a rapid-fire round when the host asked about the famous nobel prize winner Pakistani scientist, she confidently answered that it was Malala, even though he provided her with the options.

Here is the video below,

Shoaib Akhtar later compared her to Nida Yasir who is known for her misinformation and often gets targeted by the trolls for her blunders.

This error, unfortunately, did not go unnoticed by the public, leading to a swift backlash on social media.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai is an international icon known for her advocacy for girls’ education and her remarkable journey as a Nobel laureate. Born in Swat Valley, Pakistan, Malala gained worldwide attention after surviving an assassination attempt by the Taliban in 2012. She continued her fight for girls’ education and women’s rights, earning her the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014. Malala’s incredible story of resilience and her commitment to education has inspired people across the globe.

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