Qandeel Baloch, who has been an internet celebrity for about an year now, was murdered earlier today in house in Multan. The murderer was none other than her own 30 year old brother. The brother had reportedly stopped her from uploading vulgar pictures to social media but being the free and liberal person that she was, she didn’t listen to her brother.
Her body was recovered in the morning. And the brother, who has strangled her to death, is now on run. Police has launched an investigation into the matter.
As soon as the reports of the murder surfaced, Qandeel Baloch started trending on social media and is now the top trend on Twitter. General public as well as celebrities are mourning over her death.
No one deserve to die like this..!
— Ayesha Mehmood (@blessedAyesha) July 16, 2016
No justification no honour no defence.An extreme e.g should be set against this heinous act beginning wit her brothers arrest #QandeelBaloch
— Bakhtawar B-Zardari (@BakhtawarBZ) July 16, 2016
No justification for murder #QandeelBaloch
— Aseefa B Zardari (@AseefaBZ) July 16, 2016
There is no honour in killing. #QandeelBaloch
— Joanne Harris (@Joannechocolat) July 16, 2016
— Ch Farakh Shahzad (@ImFarakh) July 16, 2016
Never made a tweet on #QandeelBaloch to promote what she was doing but will make one now to condemn her murder. Media had a role in it too.
— Danish Farid Khan (@KhanDanish_) July 16, 2016
The brother who seeks honor in killing a sister, I wish he'd stood by her when she needed him most. That'd b honor. #QandeelBaloch
— Asher Azeem Gill (@ashirazeemgill) July 16, 2016
#QandeelBaloch was larger than life, in your face, unapologetic about her ambitions and her womanhood. Goodbye, you crazy, beautiful woman
— Mehreen Zahra-Malik (@mehreenzahra) July 16, 2016
Dear Media, there is no such thing as 'Ghairat kay naam pay Qatal'. Even the sentence is derogatory. #QandeelBaloch
— Mansoor Ali Khan (@_Mansoor_Ali) July 16, 2016
#QandeelBaloch has been killed by her brother in "honor killing".
Get ready to read pathetic comments justifying this killing.
— Zaid Hamid (@SirZaidHamid) July 16, 2016
Media who published her husband and son's pics – are also responsible for her killing. You have also provoked her murder #QandeelBaloch
— Nazrana Ghaffar (@NazranaYusufzai) July 16, 2016
She didn't conform to the norm, outspoken& unapologetic, silenced 4 ever. Shocked & saddened at #QandeelBaloch's murder
— Sharmila faruqi (@sharmilafaruqi) July 16, 2016
#QandeelBaloch is killed because she owned her body and her life that was not dictated by the hypocrite society.
— Natasha Javed (@natashajaved1) July 16, 2016
Nothing justifies murder. Those celebrating the murder of #QandeelBaloch are a disgrace to humanity.
— £1 fish (@Fazzanelli) July 16, 2016
When sisters start murdering their brothers for honor, this country's gonna run out of men pretty soon! #QandeelBaloch
— Malaaqsaab (@nom_malik) July 16, 2016
— zoya rehman (@pind_wave) July 16, 2016