Bilawal Bhutto caught smoking in new viral clip and Twitterati just can’t handle it

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Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto is in the picturesque town of Davos, where he remains involved in a thought-provoking process, Still, his diplomatic work was overshadowed by a viral clip in which he can be seen taking a puff.

The PPP leader’s video sparked controversy in Davos, Switzerland, as he was spotted smoking a cigarette outside a building.

Without being aware that he was being spied on, Bilawal takes a puff fashionably. The video also captured his guards escorting the son of the slain prime minister.

As the clip went viral, some social media users defended the PPP leader while others shared two cents on him, calling him out for his personal choice.

As some took the matter to social media, Twitterati suggested discussing more productive topics rather than spying on politicians.

People who lend support to young leaders call smoking a personal choice, even though public figures are responsible for refraining youth from bad habits.

Here’s how people reacted:




FM Bhutto sparked a flood of conspiracy theories after his recent speeches at the WEF summit, where he mentioned the ‘new world order’, saying there’s a lot of debate about what the new world order will be or how even in the context of a ‘new Helsinki’.

His comments furore social activists and geo analysts and led to a torrent of censure and conspiracy theories online, with netizens hinting at the long-running conspiracy theory that a “new world order” would be formed that entails a one world government.

Pakistani youngest foreign minister, who hailed from an influential family, often made headlines with his selection of words. At the same time, his slip of the tongue also remained famous, sparking hilarious reactions from social media users.



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