Pakistan cricketer involved in bizarre internet sex scandal

Pakistan captain Babar Azam has been embroiled in a bizarre internet sex scandal after some of his personal videos and screenshots of WhatsApp chats were leaked online.

The “leaked” videos and screenshots of his conversations took Twitter by storm, with some netizens even alleging that Babar Azam was sexting a girlfriend one of his national counterparts.

In addition to the clips and conversations, many voice recordings of the batter No. 1 ODI in the world came to light on social media, which led to a huge backlash against him.

Attacking Babar Azam, an Instagram user wrote, “I hope you get what you did. You can not support a woman as a woman? Are you making noise because I’m showing his true colors? The garbage will be revealed. He must achieve what he sowed. I will reveal the truth before I kill myself.”

This is not the first time that Babar Azam has made headlines for the wrong reasons. In November 2020, a woman accused the prime minister of Pakistan of repeatedly sexually assaulting her.

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The woman claimed that Babar Azam had been sexually abusing her for the past 10 years after falsely marrying her.

“I know Babar from the time he had nothing to do with cricket. He was from a poor family. I hope all my brothers and sisters will help me get justice so that no daughter has to go through what I have. Babar and I have grown up in the same colony, we used to stay together,” the unnamed woman told the media at a press conference.

“He was my school friend. In 2010, he proposed to me and I accepted his proposal. In fact he proposed to me after coming to my house. As time went on, our understanding improved. We planned to get married and we also informed our families but they refused,” the woman added.

“Then Babar and I decided to have a court marriage. In 2011, Babar and I eloped and after being promised marriage, kept me in rented places. During that time, I kept asking him to get married but he said ‘we can’t. In time, we will get married.”

Talking about Babar Azam’s cricketing career, the Pakistani talisman has come under fire from critics in the last few months following the Asian team’s continuous poor performances on the field.

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Babar Azam’s captaincy has taken a nosedive after Pakistan lost four consecutive Test matches at home for the first time following a 3-0 drubbing by England last year.

Their fortunes in the New Year did not change even when New Zealand beat the Green Army in a three-match ODI series last week.

Despite Pakistan’s defeat, legend Wasim Akram came out in support, backing Babar Azam to learn from his mistakes as a captain.

“Babar Azam’s captaincy is being criticized these days; in this difficult period, a strong hand of support came on his shoulder. We need no enemy; we are self-sufficient; stop kidding yourself; if Imran Khan, Javed Miandad, or Mike Brierley are sitting next to you, you will realize that Babar Azam has a 2-3 year chance. He will be the best captain,” Wasim Akram told Cricket Pakistan.

“If you asked me, I would tell you that foreign coaches will not come; everyone fears that the contract will also end if the board changes. If you are not getting a foreign coach, get the services of Pakistan, the reason for the decline in the performance graph of fast bowlers is T20 cricket,” said the former Pakistan captain.

“The reason for this is the fear of loss. We must lose and win, but we should not be afraid. I don’t say that Green Top pitch has to have a little bounce, batting for two days, it should turn on the third and fourth day,” concluded Wasim Akram.

Babar Azam has received support from across the border with former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin saying he should be given more time to prove his leadership skills.

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If things don’t pan out even after giving him a long rope, the Pakistan selectors would have no regrets in removing him from the team’s top job.

“Everyone takes time to learn. How long is it? 1-2 years? Give it some time. It is not easy to consider the captaincy for such a short period,” said Mohammad Azharuddin on the sidelines of an event in Dubai.


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