Hania Aamir claps back at a fan who unfollowed her for 'crossing her limits'

Hania Aamir claps back at a fan who unfollowed her for 'crossing her limits'

Says genuine people are few and far in between and those that are are mocked for being vulnerable.
15 Apr, 2021

As actor Hania Aamir hit four million followers on Instagram, she took to social media to address the hate she receives and how being genuine is rare these days.

“You know what’s really sad? This world has only a handful of people left who are real and genuine. And those who are, are always really scared,” the Dil Ruba star began in a series of Instagram Stories posted on Wednesday night.

“This is because people address them with weird names ‘oh he’s such a show-off etc etc’, when they’re only trying to be as authentic as possible. All they’re doing is, keeping the child in them alive. It's vulnerability, it's innocence, and not trying to be something they’re not.”

She said these people want nothing but happiness for themselves and those around them. “So it doesn’t make any sense to hate on them man,” she said, revealing how she had just read comments where someone had unfollowed her because she was “crossing her limits.”

“What are you talking about man?” she asked the former follower. “All I talk about it is love and respect and coexisting with different opinions. That’s it. I love you all, man. Don’t miss out on my content, what are you doing?!” she laughed.

Aamir then sent a shoutout to everyone who was being themselves and laughing out loud “despite the fact that people are hating on them because you are rays of sunshine, rainbows and unicorns. You do you.. let the unfollowers unfollow.”

Soon after, she posted a picture celebrating four million followers on Instagram.

“I love each every one of you! Even the trolls,” she said. You do you, Hania Aamir, don't let the haters stop you from being a ray of sunshine on our Instagram feeds.


M. Saeed Apr 15, 2021 01:09pm
Self praise is no praise. Pride in self, is classified as one of the biggest vices.
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Truth be told Apr 15, 2021 02:57pm
Congratulations on achieving 4 million followers, these are 4 million people who will establish proof against you on the day of judgement. What's the meaning of "hating ON them"? Too much use of "man" in every sentence doesn't make one modern. Is she trying to fit in amongst those who have limited vocabulary? Haters probably sometimes mean good or are trying to protect others from you. Set a good trend. Acceptance just for the sake of being popular is useless. Accept others based on the rules of the Creator.
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Zeeshan Ahmed Apr 15, 2021 06:05pm
Aping other cultures does not make you 'genuine'.
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well-wisher Apr 15, 2021 06:58pm
Just be yourself, Hania.
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Ehsan Apr 15, 2021 07:29pm
Stay strong
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AA Apr 15, 2021 07:59pm
Who cares about amassing followers anyway? Focus on your work.
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AJ Apr 15, 2021 11:50pm
'Hania Amir talks about being genuine and real.' I don't think that is how one addresses self-conceited and ego-centric people.
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Memon Abdul Apr 16, 2021 01:38am
It's like they have to cover her every there really reaaaallly nothing else on the menu?
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Ali da Malanga Apr 16, 2021 04:45am
She comes across as unauthentic and someone who is impressed by the Western culture. Why not speak in your own language? What's with the phrase "Hate on them"?
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Humza Apr 16, 2021 07:26am
@M. Saeed It's strange how these so called celebrities in Pakistan have to inject so much broken accented English into their conversations when they talk about love and followers or what have you. She doesn't seem to be able to carry out a complete message in Urdu/ Hindi or Punjabi but half of her rambling seems to be in her broken English. I think it is important for this person to love herself too. She doesn't have to be someone else or a foreigner to be heard - if she does have so many followers which I no doubt accept, I would think the majority of them only understand Hindi / Urdu.
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HashBrown® Apr 17, 2021 01:09pm
@Truth be told "Congratulations on achieving 4 million followers, these are 4 million people who will establish proof against you on the day of judgement. " Perhaps you should let her worry about her fate on that day, while you focus on your own. People who offer unwanted sermons and fake morality are a far bigger threat than people who say "man" in their sentences.
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