The Pakistan opener, Imam-ul-Haq was making headlines on Wednesday as a Twitter user leaked his chats with multiple girls and accused him of manipulating and cheating them. The chats were from the last six months and the cricketer is known to have been dating around 7 to 8 girls during this period. Ever since then, many are waiting for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to response on the same.
Imam has always been accused of being favored by his uncle Inzamam-ul-Haq who is the chief selector. The latter is stepping down from his position and Imam’s position in the national squad is now under no threat. But with the controversy took a sudden rise, many felt that the PCB will question the cricketer over his conduct.
However, the PCB has preferred to stay away from the controversy and has refused to comment according to the reports on Geo TV. It has also termed the issue has personal and has distanced itself from the matter. Talking about the same, a girl on Geo TV said, “Far too many women have been manipulated and taken advantage of. This needs to come to an end. Being a victim to this myself. I can say, yes it is cheating. But in what way is cheating on someone okay, that too, with multiple partners”.
In the chats, it could be clearly seen that Imam is fighting with the respective girls. On the other hand, one of the girls messaged the other victim on Instagram to inform them that the southpaw is a cheater. She also tweeted pictures and videos with the Pakistan opener while also claiming that she met him in South Africa on multiple occasions.
Imam-ul-Haq himself is yet to comment on the matter and it remains to be seen if he comes up with an explanation over the same.
It was her choice to go meet him in his bedrooms!
Girl did you took permission from social media to be physical with lier ???
This ain't no Harrasment 😡
Idk y they always endsup on social media and trying to be victim for something they did on their own. #Imamulhaq #MeToo pic.twitter.com/7RoEqIh0Ht
— murtazza_ali (@murtazza_ali) July 24, 2019
Women are in no way objects and should not be treated that way. pic.twitter.com/X1jdh15B2g
— Farhaanah (@FarhaanahE) July 24, 2019