In Pakistan, forest fires have become a popular backdrop to viral videos. These fires are caused by extreme heat and are growing in severity with climate change. Therefore, it is imperative that people avoid starting fires. One of the most popular videos, “Dolly Set Fire,” was made by a TikTok content creator with over 11 million followers. Her song allegedly mentions setting fires.
TikToker’s alleged dance with forest fire
A TikToker has been arrested in Pakistan after being accused of setting a forest on fire for a social media video. This has sparked outrage among netizens. While the alleged arson took place in the Margalla Hills National Park, it’s not the first time a TikToker has burned trees for his videos. In fact, one TikToker from Abbottabad has been arrested before for burning down forests for his videos.
The alleged forest fire was intentionally set on fire by a TikToker in Pakistan, who reportedly set the fire in the forest to create a 15-second video. The incident has sparked an outrage among netizens who call for tough punishments for the TikToker and his brand. The TikToker’s assistant released a statement on Friday denying any wrongdoing and claiming that the video is “fake.” In addition, she claimed that she did not light the fire, and that the incident occurred on a roadside, not inside a national park.
Several videos involving forest fires have gone viral on TikToker. The TikToker, Dolly, has since posted a clarification video on Instagram in which she says that the alleged forest fire incident was not true. However, the actual video did show the fire, and the video has been widely shared on the social media website. A woman who went by the name of Dolly, a TikToker with over 11 million followers, said that she did not start the fire.
In Pakistan, temperatures have hit 51 degrees Celsius, 124 degrees Fahrenheit. During this time of year, forests are prone to fires, which are often the result of lightning, slash-and-burn agriculture, and high temperatures. The TikToker’s video, which has gone viral, has caused a massive uproar on social media.
The controversial video has also prompted outrage and discussions about whether it’s okay to set fire to forests. Several influential figures have also voiced their opinions on the matter, which has left many people questioning the social media phenomenon.
TikToker’s personality change
The internet has reacted with mixed feelings to TikToker’s new personality change feature. The new feature uses a series of photos to determine a user’s personality traits. Some users were excited to discover which personality trait they were. Others claimed to have seen both images at once, meaning they have traits from both.
TikToker’s video drew widespread backlash
In Pakistan, a TikToker recently posted a video capturing a forest fire in the Margalla Hills. The video drew widespread criticism across social media. It highlighted the country’s devastating heatwave and drew condemnation from environmental activists and the Chairperson of the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board.
Despite the widespread backlash, the video has remained on the platform, attracting a number of comments from users. Pawluk, a 21-year-old Brisbane-based TikToker, has not responded to an inquiry for comment. However, the video’s manager is urging Maree to contact him privately if she is concerned.
The video garnered thousands of comments and has since received over 500,000 views. People have reacted by re-posting it and using the hashtag #blackmenfrolicing. Some users have also come out in defense of the actress. “I watched the video six times,” wrote one user. “Is it racist to invite people to go outside in the rain?” asked another.
TikToker’s alleged connection to Humaira Asghar
There’s been a lot of controversy in Pakistan over the use of TikTok by a Pakistani tiktoker. Her video involving a forest fire has received over 11 million views on the app. After the controversy broke out, Asghar posted a statement denying any connection to the fire. She said she wasn’t responsible for starting the fire, and that making videos is an innocent act. However, her video was later removed from TikTok.
The video was quickly taken down, but not before generating backlash. While she insisted that the video was not harmful, many urged authorities to take action against Asghar. Some even tagged the police, calling for the censorship of the video. The TikTok Support community demanded that Asghar be banned for the video, citing it as an example of reckless endangerment and destruction of public property.
While the TikToker may be innocent of the alleged connection to Humaira Asgh, some people believe she may be responsible. In one video, Humaira Asghar appears wearing a silver ball gown in front of a burning forest. Some have even accused Asghar of setting the fire, but her manager has said that she didn’t light the fire herself. This video has since been deleted by Asghar’s manager.
Humaira Asghar has millions of followers on TikTok. Her latest video, which has received a lot of media attention, shows her walking in front of a hillside covered in flames while wearing a silver ball gown. She captioned the video: “Fire erupts everywhere I go.”
The video allegedly linked to Asghar comes as Pakistan is experiencing an extreme heatwave. In some regions, the temperature has soared to over 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Because of this heat, the country is more prone to wildfires than usual.