Pakistanis and Reham Khan seem to have a love-hate relationship.
Most dislike her – some to such an extent that they are always in a look out for tiny fault from her end. Reham Khan has been mocked and demeaned time again by the people, by stars like Hamza Ali Abbassi and Zaid Ali. However, she always manages to deal with it all in a calm and composed manner.
Recently, however, it was a typo on Twitter that has made people troll Reham Khan all over again. Matlab jaan nahi chorte.
It all started when Reham Khan reacted to a post with this:
How do you wrote lol in Urdu? pic.twitter.com/Gg7hlUMXDj
— Reham Khan (@RehamKhan1) August 10, 2018
Yes, okay. She wrote ‘wrote’ instead of ‘write.’ Jeez. Typo hai. No big deal, right? Apparently not. Log shuru hogaye.
As always, people lashed out at her for her political remarks
— Majid Sahi (@MAJIDSAHI1) August 10, 2018
Don’t understand the connect
— Tehmina Durrani (@TehminaDurrani) August 12, 2018
However, most people started focusing on correcting her grammar.
— humaira015 (@humaira015) August 10, 2018
How do u wrote ????😮😮😮😮😮😮 which tense is it mam ?????
— sabah (@sabahabbasi) August 10, 2018
In a rather mean way…
Write lagay ga yhan, jahil aurat
— Sundus (@Sundus0000) August 10, 2018
Troll kiyay bagher sakoon ana tha kisi ko!?
Present past Indefinite tense
— Bilal Ahmad Sulehria (@e9f0669900f74ab) August 11, 2018
People started questioning her academic credibility. Over one typo.
Reham. It’s HOW DO YOU WRITE LOL IN URDU ? NOT HOW DO WROTE ? 😂 HOW DID U WRITE UR BOOK IN ENGLISH ? It’s full form is LAUGHING OUT LOUD 🙄🤔
— AyeshaAhmed10 (@AshiNaim) August 11, 2018
And the trolling went on for a while.
First learn that it’s ‘how do you write’ in an english sentence. We are doing the lol’s for you don’t worry, as you have given us quite a lot of those.
— Nabeela Ahmad ⚓️ (@MissWaqar) August 11, 2018
On a rather serious note, even if she did make the mistake and had her tenses messed up, so what? It’s not like English is our mother tongue. We all learn and improve with age. Language – especially English – shouldn’t be used as a tool to demean others. In any case, I am pretty sure it was a typo since “I” and “O” are like right next to each other.
What do you think? Let us know.