Pass The Popcorn, Rahim Pardesi Just Exposed Claims Sham Idrees Made About Froggy's “Mukka”

By Rameeza Ahmad | 8 May, 2019

If it wasn’t Ramadan, I’d be eating popcorn constantly because of Sham Idrees. 


Last night Sham Idrees finally broke his silence about the recent drama that he and Froggy have been involved in

After days of being dragged by several YouTubers in their videos and Instagram stories, Sham said he was breaking his silence because of the attack on his wife Froggy in Karachi.

Source: Sham Idrees via YouTube


His video had receipts on every single YouTuber who had gone against him, including Rahim Pardesi

In his video, he talked about how Rahim Pardesi was mad at Sham because of the fact that Sham had not responded to his request for a boxing match.

And because of that Rahim turned against him and started throwing shade at Sham in different videos and podcasts with other YouTubers.

Source: Sham Idrees VLOGS Via YouTube

Then the final straw for Sham had been when Rahim apparently uploaded a story which implied that he was laughing at the incident of Froggy’s attack and at Sham’s reaction to it. And Sham’s message for Rahim was that this Ramadan, he ends this hatred he had against Sham.


Of course, Rahim Pardesi isn’t someone who would take any accusation against him lightly and made a video immediately calling out Sham.

Source: Pardesi Squad via YouTube

He initially made a video casting doubts on the alleged attack but condemning the incident if it had indeed happened.

But now, he came with proof to show that whatever Sham Idrees and Froggy were saying is untrue because the person they are accusing of attacking Froggy, approached Rahim Pardesi and told him about everything that actually happened.


Rahim got the person accused by Sham of punching Froggy to share his opinion and video

The guy sent in a video talking about how he did go up to Sham, Shahmeer, and Froggy but all he did was grab Shahmeer’s collar before running away.

Source: Pardesi Squad via YouTube

And while he did admit to grabbing Shahmeer’s collar and feeling guilty about it which is why he sent Shahmeer a long apology message; in the video, you can clearly see he did not hit Froggy.


In the end, he provided an aerial view of the entire incident showing how he actually did not even touch Froggy and just pulled on Shahmeer’s collar

Source: Pardesi Squad via YouTube

This gave Rahim Pardesi enough proof to show that Sham Idrees was lying and to tell people to not believe his story anymore. He told Sham to be ashamed of himself for putting false blame on an innocent young man for something so huge. And he also warned Sham not to contact the boy since he was already scared and had been put through enough.

Mooroo and Ducky Bhai shared links to the video in their Instagram stories, and it is pretty much safe to say that this wasn’t the End Game because both sides won’t back down with their narrative.


You can watch the entire video below:


Who do you think has the truth on their side? Let us know in the comments below.


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Cover Image Source: Pardesi Squad and Sham Idrees Vlogs via YouTube

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