Irfan Junejo is a well-known Pakistani content creator who is known for being creative and outspoken. He has talked about a variety of issues, including mental health and political and societal issues. Needless to say that he has a standard fan base of his own, and millions appreciate his work.
His brilliant work and dedication have landed him a much-deserved feature on Youtube’s official page. Moreover, Youtube’s official Instagram handle shared his profile along with a caption which read;
“Head to @irfanjunejo’s channel to wander into his cinematic universe 🪐 Link in bio to check out his channel.”
Since the American social media platform regarded his work much admirable, Irfan Junejo now represents Pakistan on YouTube’s official handle.
The influencer also took to his Facebook page to share the delighted news.
Irfan Junejo’s Achievements
Junejo has two YouTube channels, Irfan Junejo and Irfan Junejo 2.0. The YouTuber has over 1.13 million followers on his main account, while 343,000 on his second channel.
Congratulations Are In Order
Many people and celebrities, and influencers took to Instagram to congratulate the man of the hour.
Hake a look at some of the other responses
Irfan junejo is really down to earth person, In 2018 I texted Irfan bhai and he replied too, And today the official YouTube has featured them. He made us and our country proud.
The legend Irfan Junejo.❤️#irfanjunejo pic.twitter.com/ifuxQW39bq
— Muhammad Hassaan (@MHassaannn) September 19, 2021
A real Hero is always a hero.
He is the person who isn’t even nominated for PISA awards but today he shows getting nominated for PISA awards isn’t everything but getting followed by YouTube is the biggest achievement✨. Congratulations King 👑❤️#irfanjunejo #YouTube pic.twitter.com/HZeHpJRB0a
— Mohsin Rizvi (@ArtsByMohsin) September 20, 2021
When the platform, itself, gives you a shoutout, know that your content is making noise for good. Earlier this afternoon, #YouTube asked its Instagram followers to follow #IrfanJunejo for his remarkably directed vlogs! 🙌🏼❤️ pic.twitter.com/DkNpqTijmO
— Aadi 🇵🇸 (@MiaanSays) September 19, 2021
Recently, the influencer took a long break which was over 17 months long due to his deteriorating mental health.
He opened up about mental health issues that surfaced with fame as a result of his profession—however, this leading him to be more anti-social than his fun, authentic self.
“I don’t go to any events or award ceremonies,” said Junejo. “I don’t go on podcasts, left Twitter, and minimised the use of my camera in general. As I got more popular, I got more reclusive. The most surprising part is that I do love all this.”
“I never thought all my wildest dreams would come true through vlogs, from meeting Ronaldinho to buying my dream bike. I did fulfill all material wishes. In the time of the internet, it’s easy to get famous but not to get recognition,” he added.
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