One of the quite popular singers of Pakistan, Aima Baig, has once again found herself in the limelight over a controversial issue. Aima is a talented individual and rose to fame after releasing some of her more popular songs, such as Lahore Seh Aagey. She appeared on the Teefa In Trouble soundtrack twice and has been working with Coke Studio since 2019.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time Aima has been called out. After a recent award show, everyone called her outfit a “failed attempt”. Before that, a composer accused Aima of not giving him enough credit for her hit song “Funkari”.

Now, after sharing some adorable summer photos, Aima Baig is being trolled for heavily editing her images. Moreover, she is being accused of brightening her skin so much that even the floor is looking pale.

Have a look at these images:

Aima Baig on Instagram

Like most influencers and celebrities, Aima is quite frequently online. She shares moments of her life, frequently, with her fans and followers alike. Just yesterday, Aima shared a bunch of photos. She seems to be vacationing in some beachy area, enjoying the summer.

However, fans noticed some peculiar things and questioned the editing. Comments flooded in questioning why she took the liberty to edit out her skin tone so much. To the point, the floor color faded away.

Aima Baig

Other comments brought up issues regarding her clothes and their inappropriate nature given the country she belongs to.

Yet, the most comments became about Israel and Rafah. Fans were not afraid to speak up about what they thought was right. Multiple comments questioned why Aima Baig chose silence instead of effectively employing her platform.

Many began to shame her for her ignorant behavior. To vacation and enjoy yourself whilst a genocide occurs among your fellow Muslims seemed criminal to many.

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Mahnoor Rashid
Mahnoor Rashid is a student with a love for writing. She is an eccentric artist, fond of Muslim architecture. Currently, as a freelance writer, she explores the latest news and the depths of Pakistan's history and culture, while drawn to marketing's intriguing nuances. When not writing, Mahnoor is found adoring animals.