Actor Shahbaz Shigri made headlines several times for the interactions he has got already been in—and even though he is away from all of them.
The Slackistan maker once was hitched to a Pakistani-American star Aisha Linnea Akhtar but things did not workout among them. After their particular divorce or separation, singer Aima Baig launched the woman involvement with Shigri in 2022, after the previous few verified their particular commitment. Two many years along the lane, the involvement is damaged down and Baig has-been accused of cheating on Shigri with filmmaker Qes Ahmed by a British supermodel Taloulah Mair.
After this, any sane individual would swear down love for a while therefore features Shigri. In their podcast, Nothing Happens Here with Shahzad Sheikh and musician Osama Karamat, the 34-year-old star shared exactly how he is resided several lifetimes in the interactions and it is done for today.
In event 5 of this podcast, Shigri’s pals and co-hosts are noticed speaing frankly about weddings overall once they ended and stated “let’s not talk about weddings with Shigri.” The star included, “yes, kindly. I’ve had so many of those. I Do Not wish no more.”
After a loud laugh by every person, he carried on, “I’ve experienced and out from the wringer several times. In regards to interactions, I’ve existed several lifetimes, i do believe. I’m done for today dudes, I’m done.” The podcast came out a week prior to Baig’s announcement of breaking up with Shigri, and the news of her alleged cheating.
On the other hand, while Baig is being accused of cheating, the fiasco has resulted in rumors of Shigri cheating on his ex-wife as well. To put them all to rest, ex-wife Linnea replied to a comment that asked her why she still has pictures with her ex-husband on her Instagram profile.
“I’m perhaps not dying for him but he had been a large element of my entire life why would we remove that? Contrary as to the individuals appear to believe, no one cheated and then he did not betray myself by any means so kindly settle down every person,” she had written.