From a mango person to a celebrity, the journey of a vlogger starts from praising the internet for providing them a platform to sign autographs all their lives. But this doesn’t come true overnight. It takes trillions of shots to make everything picture-perfect, original content to make the audience keep loving you and then short but effective speech, to add garnish your recipe (read: video) on social media. Tou bhaiyya, after all this lecture, the point is, the beloved vlogger of Pakistan who must have gone through the same struggles got upset over Government of Pakistan for stealing his video content. He is none other than the not coming slow guy, Irfan Junejo.
THE MUCH LOVED VLOGGER OF PAKISTAN
Lately, the boy who has been doing great in the vlogging world noticed yet another fault in our government. In his recent Snapchat stories, scenez kuch aisay hoay that he identified that our beloved Government had taken his content and used it in their video named “Family-Friendly Activities In Pakistan” for their Youtube channel. He added that they didn’t bother asking him and forgetting the basic copy-right rules of taking permission.
HERE’S THE PROOF…
PRESENTING THE COPIED STUFF!
However, he did share that in case he ever gets contacted by Government of Pakistan and Armed forces then he would be ready to serve them. Well, who knows, maybe in the near future, there will be Nawaz Sharif holding a camera and making vlogs of his visits and court proceedings telling about his scenez.
ARMY AND GOP, IF YOUR’E LISTENING, JUNEJO IS UP FOR SERVICE
Wut izz? It seems like the government has discovered yet another way to access the pockets of the troubled citizens. Despite pondering over the cons, there was a single pro as well that no one should copy someone else’s original content or else brace yourselves to be ashamed over the internet. If you liked this article then like, share and comment down below to give us your feedback. Fin.
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