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Adnan Sami slays Pakistani trolls who taunt him for taking Indian citizenship

When Sami tweeted to wish India a happy Independence Day, another Pakistani troll taunted Sami for not being 'faithful' to his 'motherland'.

Parody country Pakistan has reduced itself to the proverbial ‘dhobi ka kutta’, no one gives them the respect they keep crying for. Pakistani-origin singer Adnan Sami who recently embraced Indian citizenship has been on the receiving end of abuses from Pakistani trolls who target him for voicing out his support to India.

On 14th August, Pakistan’s Independence Day, a troll asked him whether he will tweet on the Independence Day. Sami very coolly mentioned that he will. But on 15th August.

A troll then asked him whether he has slaughtered a cow, otherwise Hindus will kill him. To that, Sami replied that the day they would look beyond the cow, maybe they could progress in life.

“We are looking at the moon,” he said.

When Sami tweeted to wish India a happy Independence Day, another Pakistani troll taunted Sami for not being ‘faithful’ to his ‘motherland’. “How could he prove to be loyal to the country against which his father fought war?” he asked.

Sami’s father, Arshad Sami Khan, was a Pashtun while his mother Naureen was from Jammu, India. His father served as Pakistani Air Force pilot before he became a senior diplomat representing Pakistan and served as ambassador of Pakistan to as many as 14 countries.

Sami slayed the troll by telling him that Jinnah, who propagated the ‘two-nation theory’ and was instrumental in dividing India into India and Pakistan, was also not faithful to his motherland.

Sami asked the troll, by that logic, what would he call Jinnah, who was also born as an Indian (in undivided India), but divided her.

This is not the first time Sami has shut up trolls. In October 2017, he held a concert in Srinagar where former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was acting sore-loserly by sharing pictures of empty chairs at the concert. Sami had called him out and taught him a lesson on how art should be above politics.

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