Popular vlogger Shahveer Jafry recently tied the knot with fashion designer Ayesha Beig in an extravagant ceremony. While the couple has jetted off for a honeymoon in the Maldives, social media users are not happy with the YouTuber, Shahveer Jafry for sharing private pictures and videos.
Jafry is a sketch-comedy artist and a YouTuber. He is well known for creating comedy videos on the life of ‘brown people’. Pakistanis adore Jafry for his hilarious content, which is more than often, way too relatable for all his desi viewers. However, one thing lately ruffled the feathers of social media users.
The YouTuber recently tied the knot in an extravagant wedding ceremony that was attended by several members of the YouTube community including influencers Sham Idrees and Zaid Ali. The festivities kicked off with a mehndi ceremony, with the couple donning yellow outfits for the event.
For the nikah ceremony, Jafry sported a sequined black sherwani, accessorizing with an embellished shawl, which matched with the bride’s traditional red and gold ensemble.
As the couple is currently in the Maldives, enjoying their honeymoon, Shahveer Jafry has been sharing pictures and videos throughout their trip.
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While he may be giving his fans and other social media users cooped up at home major wanderlust, many are quite offended by the lovey-dovey poses.
The couple had to deal with quite some criticism and trolling online.
‘What is the purpose of showing your private pictures?’
Oh, the moral policing in Pakistan is never-ending! PDA is a big NO NO even when it comes to married couples. Don’t like the posts? Move on. Why is there always a need to leave such hateful comments?
The YouTuber previously came under fire on social media after a picture from the event started doing the rounds which showed a sign prohibiting the entry of drivers and guards inside the venue. Many called him out for his elitism and classist behavior at the wedding. Following the severe backlash, Jafry took to Instagram to respond to accusations of classist behavior at the wedding.
The couple’s engagement in December last year was also attended by the YouTube community, with Zoya Nasir, Zaid Ali, and Sham Idrees being guest list mainstays throughout the wedding events.
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