Model Sadaf Kanwal’s recent remarks on the #MeToo movement have sparked social media outrage. According to reports, many called out Kanwal for her insensitivity on the subject and how problematic her stance really is. “You know aap ke sath #MeToo jab ho, tab bol do. Baad mein aap ko yaad araha hai #MeToo, So I think jab ho bol do. (You know, when you have a #MeToo incident, say it then. Why are you remembering it later? I think when it happens you should say it.)” Sadaf was speaking about the campaign in a local talk show. She further added, “Agar mere saath #MeToo kabhi hua tou mai bolungi na. aur mai social media pe nahi bolungi mai aap sab ko bataungi (If I ever have a #MeToo incident, I would say it. And I won’t just say it on social media. I’d tell all of you.)” Meesha Shafi, too, had a thing or two to say about it. Taking to Twitter, the Coke Studio singer threw some major shade at the 25-year-old and wrote, “Strong eyebrows.. do not make a strong backbone. Pfffft.” A user then went on to comment how difficult it must have been for Meesha to talk about own episode of alleged harassment.“After this whole Sadaf Kanwal incident, I realise how difficult it must have been for Meesha Shafi to take a stand for herself and point a harasser in the same media community which harvests people like Sadaf,” wrote Javeria. Other than the Aya Lariye singer, Twitterati slammed Sadaf’s comments as well. “I’m disappointed how Sadaf Kanwal made light of #MeToo movement, how I was her fan, how her privilege blinds her to ordeals of sexual abuse victims who find courage to fight the evil, how all this education and exposure doesn’t bring empathy, how this is how she uses her impact,” tweeted Maryam. Published in Daily Times, September 21st 2018.