Actor Kubla Khan has threatened to sue for defamation after a video in which YouTuber Adil Raja said four ‘top models and actresses’ had illicit relationships with a former top general .
“I was silent at first because no fake video would hijack my existence, but enough is enough. If a random person points a finger at me, I can sit quietly and take it.” Do you think?” Khan wrote on Instagram and Twitter on Monday.
“So Mr. Adil Raja has some evidence first before he starts piling up allegations on people. It will take days and if not I will retract the statement and publicly apologize or sue for defamation luckily i am not from here only i am from england so i will be there if need be Go! For the truth is with me, the rights are with me, and I fear no one and their father.”
Raja, who describes himself as a geopolitical analyst and rights activist on Twitter, released a video on Dec. 31 in which he made several sweeping statements to the military’s former supreme leader. Did. One allegation was that four “top models and actresses” were dating former officials and politicians. He was unable to substantiate his claim with evidence other than claiming it was revealed to him by a “source.”
He also mentioned the four female initials (MK, MH, SA, KK or AK) he claimed. The confusion over the final set of initials was compounded when he claimed to have said AK after Khan’s tweet.
Raja claimed on Twitter that he did not denigrate Khan, pointing to his “blame” for the speculation that spread after his video as evidence. He accused her of defaming him by explicitly mentioning his name in her post.
Amid widespread speculation on social media about who the actor he referred to could be, Mewish Hayat and Sajal Ali released a message from their initials condemning “unsubstantiated insinuation” and “character assassination.” Posted.
However, both actors did not name Rajah.