It all started when Youtubers Sham Idrees and his now wife Queen Froggy called Pakistan based YouTuber Ducky Bhai (Saad ur Rehman) “tiny YouTubers” after Ducky Bhai uploaded content targeting Sham and Froggy calling them fake and click baits. The feud that started back in 2018 has now grown to a physical level, so much so that Sham and Froggy were recently attacked by a mob of Ducky Bhai’s fans in Karachi, Pakistan.
According to news sources doing rounds, Sham Idrees had been threatening Ducky Bhai’s family telling them he would get them behind the bars for cyber crimes. Ducky on record stated that Sham tried to harass his family and also that he wanted to end the feud by not accepting he was wrong calling names but with stating the entire matter as a misunderstanding for their collective fans.
The entire buildup on social media and otherwise led to a showdown when Sham Idrees and his wife Queen Froggy were attacked outside Ocean Mall, Karachi, where they had a meet and greet planned with their fans. A video has gone viral on the internet which shows fans attacking Sham and Froggy being punched in the face.
Queen Froggy took to YouTube to share the horrific incident with a visibly hurt face. She stated that she had been torn and hurt, both physically and emotionally and yet she’d leave it on Allah to decide things for her.
Meanwhile, condemning the attack himself, Ducky Bhai took to his social media asking his fans and followers to refrain from spreading negativity and physical violence.
Just heard about the assault on Froggy at Sham's meet & greet today. This type of disgusting behavior should never be tolerated at any cost, especially on a woman. Fans should enjoy the occasion by staying in their limits. This is not what I or any other YouTuber encourage to do.
— Saad Ur Rehman (@duckybhai) May 5, 2019
“Just heard about the assault on Froggy at Sham’s meet & greet today. This type of disgusting behavior should never be tolerated at any cost, especially on a woman. Fans should enjoy the occasion by staying in their limits. This is not what I or any other YouTuber encourage to do,” wrote the YouTuber on his Twitter.