Remember that Pakistani girl who went viral and became an internet sensation after her dance video on Lata Mangeshkar’s hit track “Mera Dil Yeh Pukare Aaja” went viral on the internet? The girl later revealed that she was dancing at a friend’s wedding and had no idea that the video would go viral and experience cross-border love.
Rumors about Ayesha’s death are rife through the grapevine. Fans were shocked. She reportedly died of a drug overdose. Turns out it was a death hoax. How did the rumor start?
Apparently, the death of another Tiktoker, also named Ayesha, is confusing. The late Tiktoker was Ayesha Hanif.
The girl who danced to fame with Mera Dil Yeh Pukare Aaja is also upset over the death scam. She called it a “ridiculous rumor” on Instagram.
“A friend of mine sent me this message last night, spreading a rumor that I’m dead. Jesus, you have no idea what this ridiculous rumor can do to anyone’s life. “I have never sought attention. Or… “No hype was ever created so why are you all trying to mess up my life?” she wrote on Instagram, adding.
“Remarkably, they don’t even know my real name. I have never exaggerated or sensationalized your life and refuse to accept any interference from anyone in my own! “Furthermore, I spread false information without thought. Taking consequences is not only irresponsible behavior, but also disrespectful of the well-being of others,” she wrote.
Fellow TikToker Ayesha Hanif is understood to have died of an overdose after being drugged and abused at a party on the night of June 23-24. Some took her body to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) and left.
Police made several arrests and her husband and mother-in-law were also questioned. Her father said her husband forced her into drugs and dance videos, tribune.com.pk reported. “Her husband Adil, whom she married of her own free will and against our wishes, pushed her into drugs and dance videos.” Her father said he invited her to an Eid party that day, but she was forced to do so due to family reasons. Reason refused. . He was shocked to learn of her death through social media and news channels.