Artists and athletes are happy to be tik tok off KARACHI: Leading Pakistani TV actor Imran Abbas and star all-rounder Shahid Afridi have expressed happiness over the closure of Tik Tok.
According to the details, artists and players also reacted to the closure of the video sharing application Tik Tak. Actors Imran Abbas and Boom Boom Afridi have welcomed the closure of Tik Tok. Talk was banned.
While people are expressing their grief and anger over the ban on tick-tock talk by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority, some people are also feeling happy about it.
Imran Abbas wrote on his Instagram story with a tearful emoji of happiness that 2020 is not too bad.
Judging by the actor’s message and writing style, it can be inferred that Imran Abbas is very happy with the PTA’s move.
Shahid Afridi said, “I am very happy that Tik Tak has stopped. I think it should have stopped.”
It should be noted that Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has closed the video sharing app Tik Tak across the country on public complaints.
According to a PTA spokesperson, the decision to shut down the Tik Tak app in Pakistan was taken due to immoral content.
According to the spokesperson, public complaints were being received regarding Tik Tak, and notices were also given to the video sharing app several times to raise the standard.
According to the spokesman, Tik Tak failed to stop the immoral content, which led to the decision to close it nationwide.
The video sharing app TuckTalk is a product of a Chinese company which is available in 40 languages all over the world and is very popular among the youth all over the world including Pakistan.