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Ducky Bhai has died, and Dubai Se Khali Hath Pakistan

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Ducky Bhai has died, and Dubai Se Khali Hath Pakistan. Congratulations are in order for the well-known YouTuber Saad ur Rehman, also known as Ducky Bhai, on his engagement to Aroob Jatoi, whom he calls “the love of his life.” The young woman, who is 24 years old, posted pictures of the event on Instagram. We can see Ducky Bhai proposing to his fiancee by putting a ring on her finger in one of the images. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Ducky Bhai has died, and Dubai Se Khali Hath Pakistan
Ducky Bhai has died, and Dubai Se Khali Hath Pakistan

Aroob also published a photo with the ring emoji on her Instagram profile. Famous people from social media, such as Rumaisa Khan and Rahim Pardesi, were present at the event. Zaid Ali T was also there.

Ducky Bhai has died

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Because of his outspoken stance, Ducky Bhai is frequently featured in the news. This YouTuber has a history of getting into trouble for making fun of other YouTubers, which has led to multiple incidents in the past. In the year 2020, Ducky Bhai was served with a subpoena after he had encouraged creative and less criminal TikTokers to upload their content to YouTube while warning others to avoid the platform.

In reference to India’s decision to prohibit the use of TikTok, Ducky has been quoted as saying, “Even if Tiktok is outlawed in Pakistan, YouTube welcomes those who don’t lip-synch, have talent and have less crime.” After that, he proceeded to use an expletive, saying, “Fuck off.” Platform, for God’s sake.

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Through his tweets, he insulted the members of the Tiktok community by insinuating that they are lacking in talent and criticizing their use of lip-syncing applications.

Ducky made a generalization about Twitter users, and some Twitterati responded by suggesting that Ducky generated “untalented” and “creepy” content himself. When he shared numerous videos from his YouTube channel, many people made fun of him for referring to himself as a “content provider.”

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