Talk about being wasteful! Nawaz Sharif is one of quite a few Pakistanis that have the privilege of sharing their birthday with Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Pakistanis celebrated the former PM’s birthday with as much passion as the Quaid’s, but they probably went a little too far with his cake.
Nawaz Shahrif turned 68 on Monday, and to lead a country like Pakistan at that age is a true testament to the physical and mental strength the man possesses. Still going strong at his age, Nawaz Sharif enjoys a very loyal group of followers in this country, and one of his followers decided to show his affection by gifting the biggest cake the former PM might ever have seen!
The 1000 pound cake contained three layers, and over the top layer lay a lion made of fondant. The gesture, though, has been widely criticized by people over on social media, especially after the former PM’s daughter flaunted it so proudly over on Twitter.
Cakes on MNS’s birthday pouring in. Such is the love for him. Thank you everyone. pic.twitter.com/hfWDTlVLe9
— Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) December 25, 2017
The 1000 pound cake was seen as being an extremely wasteful act by MNS’s supporter, and that was aggravated when his Maryam Nawaz showed it off. The move faced instant backlash on Twitter.
The one who gifted the cake with a dog’s face knows Nawaz Sharif very closely 😂😂 https://t.co/m0B3ZQFOHI
— Musar Chitrali (@MusarChitrali) December 25, 2017
He is lying about load shedding again, somebody stuff his mouth shut with leftovers of his birthday cake pls. Jhoot. #NawazSharif
— Maria Sartaj (@MariaSartaj) December 26, 2017
One Pakistani thinks the wrong cake was sent to the former PM..
— Yăxir Ķhăņ ᴵᶰˢᵃᶠᶤᵃᶰ™ (@Khan__Official) December 25, 2017
This Pharoah Cake Wins the best cake award in Nawaz Sharif’s Birthday Bash 😂 pic.twitter.com/JBDSqd9tX0
— سالار (@SalaarOfficial) December 25, 2017
Can someone explain why one of Nawaz Sharif’s birthday cakes looks like Sutur from Thor?? What even is this voodoo cake? pic.twitter.com/M7OIRQ7oS5
— Zehra Kazmi (@ArhezImkaz) December 25, 2017