UK TikToker Jia Khan wants to break up former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s marriage with Bushra Bibi and become his fourth wife. She wants to “add glamour” to Imran’s life and wants to be his “naughty” wife.
Jia Khan is a London-based digital creator who is reportedly popular in the UK for her TikTok videos and has built a good following. She wants to break Imran Khan’s marriage with Bushra Bibi to add “glamour” to Imran Khan’s life. Her statement in the video was that first, he had Jemima. Then he had a beautiful, glamorous journalist as his wife.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan is embroiled in legal disputes these days. But meanwhile, Imran has found a new fan. UK-based TikToker Jia Khan wants to marry Imran Khan and is even ready to break her marriage. In a video, Jia Khan said that she wants to be Imran Khan’s fourth wife and does not mind the fact that the cricketer-politician is over 70 years old.
Lady Tik Toker said that there is a relationship line for me in the UK. But I am still single because I have only to marry Imran Khan. If Imran Khan marries me then we both can have a good life.
JShe said that Imran Khan is a brave man, I have been in love with him for 2 years. On the question of Imran Khan’s love for Bushra Bibi. Jia Khan said that every man is like this before another woman comes. He talks, and his thinking will change after meeting me.
“First he had Jemima, then he had a beautiful, glamourous journalist [as his wife]. Then he had a very religious wife. He needs glamour in his life, he needs a naughty wife,”. Jia Khan can be seen saying in the video.
Imran’s pile of problems
Recently, a Pakistani cleric claimed that Imran Khan’s marriage with Bushra Biwi was “un-Islamic” as the ceremony was not conducted in accordance with Islamic Sharia law. Mohammad Saeed, the cleric who solemnised the couple’s Islamic marriage in 2018, said it took place during the iddat period of Bushra Bibi.
As for Imran Khan, the troubles are mounting. He faces over 100 cases and his party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, is facing a likely ban after attacks on military installations by its supporters, protesting against Khan’s dramatic arrest in a corruption case on May 9.