Bilal Saeed Responds To Viral Fight Video

Famed Pakistani singer and song-writer Bilal Saeed has responded to the fight video that went viral on social media and shared his side of the story with his fans.

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Bilal Saeed Responds To Viral Fight Video.

Bilal Saeed took to Facebook after his fight video went viral on social media and said that he knows how to respect women and protect them as well.

“I raised my hand to protect my family.” said the caption of the video shared on Facebook by the singer showing the damage caused inside the house while he was away.

“This is what they did to me while I was away from my house!” he added. “This is what they did to me while I was away from my house!

“I stayed quite because obviously as an artist my priority is my career but these people have been taking advantage of my situation for a very long time!” the singer said in his statement.

“I am a believer of peace, however, I also believe in establishing boundaries when that peace is repeatedly compromised by another, regardless of gender.” Bilal Saeed said while addressing the viral fight video on Twitter.

“When the safety and dignity of a person is violated and jeopardized over and over again, he unfortunately is left with no option but to react.” he added.

Earlier in the day, Bilal Saeed had a fight with a couple outside his residence and the video has gone viral on social media showing him kicking a girl in the presence of Dolphin Force.

In the viral video, we saw the singer getting into a fight with the couple attacking the girl repeatedly while Dolphin Squad is standing by trying to get the matter under control.

According to details, the other people involved in the fight were his brother and sister-in-law and the police stated that the singer wanted to file a First Information Report (FIR) against his brother but no case was registered as the two parties later reconciled.

Read more: Bilal Saeed Fight Video Goes Viral – Singer Seen Kicking Girl.

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