A TikToker based in the UK gained popularity with a video where she expressed her desire to end the current marriage of Imran Khan, a cricketer-turned-politician, and become his “playful” wife to bring more excitement to his life.
Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, has both adversaries and admirers. One of his admirers, a TikToker from the UK named Jia Khan, has gained attention for expressing her desire to end Imran Khan’s current marriage with his third wife, Bushra Bibi, and become his fourth wife. Jia Khan’s video has gone viral, attracting significant interest.
A TikToker based in London recently gained significant social media attention due to a viral video. In the video, she expresses her desire for Imran Khan’s marriage to Bushra Bibi, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, to end. She further states that she wishes to take Bushra Bibi’s place in Imran Khan’s life. According to TikToker, Khan needs more excitement and glamour, and she wants to fulfill that role as a “playful” wife to the former Pakistan cricket captain and World Cup winner.
Jia, a digital creator based in London, has gained popularity in the UK for her TikTok videos and has amassed a substantial following.
In the viral video, Jia comments on Imran Khan’s past marriages, mentioning his relationship with Jemima Goldsmith, a British writer and producer, followed by his marriage to a “beautiful, glamorous journalist.” She then refers to his current wife as being “very religious.” Jia asserts that Imran Khan requires more glamour and excitement in his life and suggests that he needs a “naughty wife.” She further expresses her openness to becoming his wife, disregarding his age, simply because he is Imran Khan.
Currently, Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, is experiencing heightened tensions with the Pakistani government. The divide between them has significantly worsened in recent days. The situation escalated when Imran Khan was arrested outside the Islamabad High Court earlier this month, resulting in widespread protests and riots in Pakistan on May 9. Khan is currently facing more than 100 cases as part of a government crackdown on his political party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). He was removed from office after a vote of no confidence against him in the Pakistan Parliament last year.