Malala made comments on iPhone 11 for its new design but it backfired, obviously.
As we all know by now, Apple has recently released iPhone 11 and the surprisingly odd new design has been making rounds on the internet. People are trolling the brand for introducing yet another design that is not only cringe worthy but also its pretty much out of bounds for those who’d still want to purchase it, because well… they’d have to sell a kidney.
Since everyone was busy dissing Apple, Malala also trolled the new iPhone
She posted a picture of a pattern on her current outfit that coincidentally matches the camera design of iPhone 11 while wondering how could she have worn this very dress on the same day as the launch of this phone.
— Malala (@Malala) September 10, 2019
Malala was just casually trolling the design but people would obviously have a problem even when she sneezes.
So her innocuous tweet ended up garnering derogatory comments, as usual, where people pointed towards what they believe is her silence on the Kashmir matter
This guy said, Malala should’ve posted a “single tweet” on the matter.
School children of Kashmir can't go to school because of lockdown, at least have curtesy to send a single tweet about them
— Yasir Mirza (@yasirenbcn) September 10, 2019
However , would love to know how you feel about the atrocities in #Kashmir
— Resolute (@the_vicked) September 10, 2019
And it was mentioned over and over again how she has overlooked the virtual siege that has been going on
You been asleep when it came to raising your voice for the kashmir issue and today the iPhone 11 has been launched and you have suddenly woken up to compare your dress to it…bloody fraud!!!! #fraud #KashmirBleeds_WorldSleeps
— Maz PTI 🇵🇰 (@maznawaz786) September 11, 2019
Kashmir has been under virtual siege for the past 37 days . how will it be possible for us to send our children to school? any comments mam?
— Mohammad Rizwan (@rizwanghous) September 10, 2019
People said they don’t care to see what she wears while Kashmir weeps
Kashmir is Weeping we Dont want to see what u wear nd what u say…#Ikk_Larki_Haram_khor_Nikali 🖐️
— Somi Dogar (@SomiDogar2) September 11, 2019
So this person came to her defense and shared her comments on the Kashmir incident
— heartbreak PriNcE💔 (@herylk13) September 10, 2019
But then, it was pointed out that it took her almost a month to talk about Kashmir
Yes, priorities matter and we know what you're after, money & #iPhone11
— Political Bigmouth (@SiyasiBakwasi) September 10, 2019
Is it just a coincidence that you are yet to utter a single word condemning India for its atrocities on Kashmiris while calling yourself a human rights activist?
— SocialPariah (@Non_granta) September 11, 2019
Some even went as far as calling Malala trolling the new iPhone a paid gig
Like are you kidding me?
This is not a coincidence you must have been paid to do so 🤣
Who will believe the words of a bogus woman like you 🤔
— €xotic•Class (@anExoticClass) September 10, 2019
And they assumed she could end up with a free iPhone 11, for all they care
Not a coincidence, you are marketing for Apple, must have paid you for this. And given you a free phone too.
— Naik Parveen benaami account (@NaikParveen7) September 11, 2019
But honestly Apple might have just stolen her look 😱
apple stole your look
— ♡ feel special ♡ (@escpolina) September 10, 2019
Thankfully some people still had their sense of humor intact over Malala trolling the iPhone 11
For a second I thought you were posting a picture of fidget spiners. pic.twitter.com/6HjAtgeLtP
— The Invisible Man (@invisibleman369) September 10, 2019
So yeah, even when Malala tries to troll the iPhone, she inevitably falls prey to backlash. We do want her to be more vocal about her thoughts on Kashmir but can we please get rid of this cancel culture and focus on our own actions, for once?
Khair, what do you think about Malala trolling the iPhone? Let us know in the comments.
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