In a series of unpredictable events, as is the case with most things Aamir Liaquat, a woman emerged last week, claiming she is the Amil Online host's wife. Heads turned as the woman sported a semi-recognisable face, it was actor and model Haniya Khan. She accused Liaquat and his second wife, Syeda Tuba Aamir, of using black magic to harm her.
The news broke days after the inexplicable Liaquat's puzzling yet hysterical antics on live national television did the rounds on social media and was almost like a replacement for the dying headlines.
Liaquat released a video denying the rumours of his third marriage, saying, "I only have one marriage, which is with Tuba."
In a video laden with problematic statements, Liaquat said, "Everyone complains about talkative women, but no one marries a mute woman." He continued, "Everyone wants to marry a woman that can speak."
Without suggesting too much, we would like to remind you that this is being said after his alleged third wife spoke about his untruthful, exploitative behaviour.
He then proceeded to recite some poetry and in a truly toxic 30 seconds gaslights Khan, saying "Talaash kar na sako gi phir mujhe wahan ja kar bhi ghalat samajh kar jahan tumne mujhe kho diya tha [you will try and fail but not find me, in the same place you lost me thinking I'm wrong]".
And in true Aamir Liaquat fashion, he proceeded to make some strange statements. He read, "Aur kabhi jou mujhe fatwa dene ka ism mile, main insaan ka insaan ke aage rona haram likh du. Rona hai tou sirf khuda ke aage rona hai. [If I ever become capable of issuing a religious edict, I'd declare it unlawful for a human to cry to another. If one must complain, it must be to no one but God]."
So Khan is in the wrong for...crying? We're as confused as you.
Khan had claimed that their relationship was not new and that her family had also been meeting Liaquat. She said the two were to get married, the families had agreed, but his current wife started a 'campaign' against her. Calling him a hypocrite, Khan also alleged that Liaquat tried to sabotage her career.
All of this came via live streams on social media, where she also revealed that she had attempted suicide on multiple occasions. She accused Liaquat of separating her from her family, saying she fought with them for him.
She challenged him, saying if he is an honest and truthful man, as he likes to claim, then he should come out and be honest about their relationship, and answer all questions thrown his way.
When the news was disputed and Khan pushed into a corner, she released screenshots of conversations and pictures with the face of Pakistan's Ramazan transmission baron.
The internet, of course, was in shock. But not for reasons you might suspect. The internet was struggling to come to terms with idea that Aamir Liaquat is a hot commodity in the marriage market.
Liaquat, 48, married his current wife, 27-year-old media executive Syeda Tuba, in 2018. After the marriage was announced, his first wife, Syed Bushra Iqbal, took to social media to reveal the hurt that it caused her. She said Liaquat divorced her over the phone.
It's a weird, weird world we find ourselves in but we wonder, what would it be like if Aamir Liaquat didn't make headlines every other week. Our lives would be far less interesting, that's for sure.