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Polish travel blogger, Eva Bianka Zubeck, is the newest Pakistani social media sensation!

Social media users across the globe, in recent weeks, have taken the world by storm following a new trend. By the last few weeks, people have been sharing videos, using the hashtag #KikiChallenge, which characteristically include jumping out of a moving vehicle, generally a car and dancing along to the song “In My Feelings” by Canadian Singer Drake.

This trend did reach Pakistan too, but we have an ultimate version of this kiki challenge, as this challenge was performed in an aircraft this time. A video showing Polish tourist and travel blogger Eva Bianka Zubeck performing the popular ‘Kiki Challenge’ in and outside a PIA aircraft went viral on social media, since then she has become the latest Pakistani sensation.

The video is trending all over Pakistan, the authorities also took notice of it, since it involves national airline and its aircraft. NAB took notice of the video, according to it, the woman had not only disgraced the national flag by wrapping it around her body but also violated the security codes of national airlines and the airport.

NAB spokesman has told the local media that, “We want to know who allowed the woman to go into an empty aircraft and dance at the airport”, adding that the watchdog would send an official letter to PIA on Aug 15 seeking the management’s point of view on the issue”.

The polish blogger, Eva, who is currently travelling Pakistan via PIA, paired up with the airline and took the Kiki Challenge to the next level on the nation’s Independence Day. It was performed in an empty aircraft.

Eva has also taken to social media, offering an explanation and her apologies.


However, Eva has become the new Pakistani sensation and people are lauding her on the social media!






Saman Siddiqui

I am a freelance journalist, holding a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and an MS in Peace and Conflict Studies, associated with the electronic media industry since 2006 in various capacities. Here at OyeYeah, I cover a range of genres, from journalism to fiction to fashion, including reviews, and fact findings. 

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