Katherine George denies praising Pakistani men on Twitter
Katherine George, a founder of a social media marketing agency, has apparently triggered many mindsets of Pakistanis when her supposedly ironic tweet made rounds on the internet.
“No one in the world respects women as much as Pakistani men,” read the tweet from an account with Katherine George’s name and picture in it. The tweet triggered many people considering the increasing rate of crimes committed against women in the country.
While some her for her less experience staying in Pakistan, some believe Pakistani being obsessed with ‘gora complex’ have lead her to think Pakistani men are nice.
Desi men will always treat the white woman with utmost respect and dignity and the rest of us get garbage and narcissism.. goodbye https://t.co/uSq4plkXUn
— Dr. soft potato taco sarah (@drgdlriqs) March 29, 2021
I wish desi men treated a desi woman travelling alone with as much respect as a privileged and independent white woman too https://t.co/lD5IBnJijq
— sal (@yoongicheetos) March 29, 2021
very accurate and totally a normal thing to say about a true thing https://t.co/OEE1t5vDoN
— Mangogh (@ManhattanMango) March 28, 2021
A white tourist gna tell us abt paki men now https://t.co/xSNr8Qm7ne
— ح (@yeehawjira) March 29, 2021
ban white people giving opinions about other countries https://t.co/6WSnuxRRmy
— country bumpkin (@taintedbandages) March 29, 2021
Most of us had already guessed that the account was already a fake, considering it consisted entirely of posts about Pakistani tourism. However, the tweets praising Pakistani men were later deleted by the account after Mroz posted about it on Instagram and several others highlighted it.
Just after the news started circulating on social media, ‘Katherine’s account was fake Mroz is actually a Polish woman living in Pakistan who organises trips for people. She was alerted to the fake account and denied having anything to do with it.