Earlier this week, Chalay Thay Saath actor Mansha Pasha threw shade at her female peers in the industry, saying they need to "speak better".
The tweet was obviously referencing three women in particular: Hira Mani (she revealed on Samina Pirzada's show that she sneakily "stole" Mani from her friend while she was engaged to someone else), Sadaf Kanwal (her #MeToo comments on HSY's show definitely struck the wrong chord) and Momina Mustehsan (yep, [this is about her Twitter spat with Shireen Mazari over Ko Ko Korina4 where she quotes Uncle Ben from Spider-Man in all seriousness).
Hira and Momina haven't paid heed to Pasha calling them out but Kanwal couldn't resist a savage comeback.
"Hum aapko kapray pehna seekhatay hai, aap humein bolna sikhado (we'll teach you how to dress, you teach us how to speak)," wrote the model on her Insta story.
It was unnecessary banter from both sides; let's not pit women against each other. And it's high time Kanwal acknowledged that she has made multiple ill-informed statements about the #MeToo movement but clearly, the backlash has been lost on her.
Pasha tried to drive her point home again in a later tweet:
Is anyone listening?