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Imam accused of having multiple affairs


Pakistan’s opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq has found himself in big trouble after a string of leaked messages of him allegedly having multiple affairs and cheating on girls started doing the rounds on social media.

Pakistan's opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq has found himself in big trouble after a string of leaked messages of him allegedly having multiple affairs and cheating on girls started doing the rounds on social media.
Imam-ul-Haq has landed himself in massive controversy after he was accused of having multiple affairs.

Sources in the know of developments say that a Twitter user leaked some WhatsApp chats and accused Pakistan cricketer of exploiting women to his advantage.

Imam’s WhatsApp chats with four women has been leaked and after which, Twitterati is roasting the cricketer through and through for his bad character.

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The shocking incident seems to have divided the cricket fraternity with some questioning Imam’s conduct while others criticising the girls.

“So apparently Mr. @ImamUlHaq12 was dating 7 to 8 (that we know of) women and kept using them and manipulating them. He kept telling them the whole time how he’s single. Some of the screenshots attached from girl 1,” a Twitter user wrote attaching screenshots of the cricketer’s alleged chat.

“Since when dating or not marrying someone you promised became a part of #Metoo. I can’t see #Imamulhaq harassing or asking for pictures. Stop misusing this to defame someone when its consensual. It’ll lose worth & actual victim won’t get help! How this come under #metoo,” another Twitter user wrote in Imam-ul-Haq’s defence.

Imam-ul-Haq was a significant part of Pakistan’s World Cup campaign where he scored a century against Bangladesh at Lord’s helping his team win the match by 94 runs.

Not a long ago, former Pakistan cricketer Abdul Razzaq boldly, while speaking on a TV programme boldly confessed that he has had five-six extramarital affairs that also had a validity of 1-1.5 years.

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