A Woman On Waqar Zaka’s Show Is Offering To Lie Down On The Bed With Him & People Are Like WTF!

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Waqar Zaka and controversies go hand in hand. If Zaka is a pea, controversies are his pod.

How then was it possible for Waqar Zaka’s new show, Champions on Bolo TV to be controversy-free?

Going by the trailer, it seems like a dare-based show, i.e. contestants will be given dares to undertake and their performance will be judged based on how successful they were in meeting the challenge.

In a recent promotional trailer of this show the infamous celebrity was seen interviewing a potential female contestant.

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The conversation between the two – that we must warn you is truly cringe-worthy – went something like this:

“What can you do that has never been done before?” asked Zaka.

“I can do a dare that no one has ever done on your show,” replied the potential contestant.

“Like what?”

(And this is where it gets really weird)

“Get a bed for me.”

(After a little confusion over the girl’s accent…)

“You’re asking me to get a bed here? What will happen after that?”

“I will complete the dare with you.”

“I will be on the bed with you?”

“Yes.”

“What will you do on the bed with me?”

“I’ll complete my dare.”

“What do you want me to do on the bed, sit or lie down?”

“Lie down.”

“What will you do once I lie down?”

“You’ll find out what I do once I do my dare.”

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Here’s the trailer of Waqar Zaka’s show, Champions on which this ewwww back and forth took place.

It goes without saying that Pakistanis are losing their calm over Zaka and Bol TV’s graceless antics to up their ratings.

https://twitter.com/Salman10187534/status/1180359000086470656
https://twitter.com/Salman10187534/status/1180355196720992256

No one is against a little harmless fun on television but this promo was genuinely a face-palm fest!

We really wish mainstream media would focus on better content to improve its ratings rather than hinging on controversy to seek attention.