A British-Pakistani influencer, who looks identical to Kylie Jenner, has launched a scathing, racist attack on social media – which has gone viral.
Fyza Ali, 29, who grew up in Birmingham and is now based in Dubai, sparked outrage with a Snapchat video in which she hurled racist remarks and swear words at an unnamed woman who allegedly spoke badly of her mother.
During the diatribe, she made a graphic remark about bestiality, claimed Pakistan has a worthless currency and made an insulting reference to female genitalia, as well as the use of the P word.
Followers took to Twitter and TikTok to share their anger, but the influencer declined to apologize, stating on the Instagram account she shares with her sister Sonia that the response comes from “a lot of girls from the UK who are very jealous and angry.” ‘ .
She also claims that people “need to know both sides” before they can judge her reaction.
British-Pakistani influencer Fyza Ali, 29, has been berated by fans for using racist comments in a recent social media rant. She has since declined to apologize, saying the reaction came from “very jealous girls”
The influencer, pictured, who has a million followers on the Instagram account she shares with her sister, told an unnamed woman who allegedly behaved badly towards her mother to ‘go back to where the fuck you’re from’
The video features Fyza saying, “Instead of being in England, go back to where the fuck you came from, where they fuck asses for a living, don’t have a f***.” *** money, as*** a** f******* currency and nobody cares.’
Fyza added: ‘I come to you because you’re too p**** and headbutt you back to your mother’s masala f****** vagina and try to get cheeky with me then cos b ****, you’re crazy.
“I’m beautiful, I’m hot, I live in an Arab country and I could fucking take your father – he could be my fucking slave.”
Despite being of Pakistani descent, Fyza included several racist utterances in her attack, including the P-word.
Fyza and her sister Sonia, 26, pictured, rose to social media fame for being terrified of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner
The influencer said she was ‘tired of ugly women playing victim’ after her outburst on Snapchat
Fans have called out the sisters for changing their appearance to look like Kardashian-Jenner’s siblings. Pictured on the left when they were younger, and now on the right
The Instagrammer, pictured, has denied altering her appearance to look more like Kylie Jenner
Fyza’s popularity has taken a hit after the controversy caused by her Snapchat outburst. Pictured: the model
The Dubai-based sisters, known on Instagram as SoniaxFyza, have created their social media platform by being doppelgängers of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.
Despite denying trying to emulate the famous sisters in the past, Fyza, who is a trained makeup artist, often recreates Kim-inspired looks on her sister Sonia Ali, 26.
Instagram users have now accused the sisters of “self-loathing” and even changing their British accent to sound “more UAE”.
During the resistance, Fyza posted an ‘unapologetic’ explanation of the situation on their joint Instagram story.
She wrote: “Just because I’m a social media influencer doesn’t mean I don’t have the same rights as someone else to defend myself.”
The influencer, right, distanced himself from the British-Pakistani community in an unabashed Instagram post
Some people have accused Fyza and her sister of downplaying their British accent to sound ‘more UAE’
She continued: ‘I’m tired of ugly women playing the victim when they show one side.
“I won’t apologize for defending myself in anger for just having had enough, and stop trying to claim my sister and me, we have nothing to do with your community or your people, no matter how much you love it.” want to force or convince us or yourself or even people we know because we just don’t care.’
Fyza then posted humorous quotes, which read, “It’s people out there who bond because they don’t like you.”
Another said, “People are bothered by your page and don’t even think they’re on it.”
With over a million followers on their combined Instagram account, the UK-born sisters specialize in Middle Eastern skin makeup and are paid to recommend other products.
Fyza said she refused to apologize for ‘defending’ [herself] in anger” and said she wouldn’t talk about the subject again
One Twitter user said: ‘Imagine basing your entire existence on trying to be the UAE’s answer to the Kardashians, albeit on a budget. #soniaxfyza are creepy, plastic, insane and in need of serious psychological support. IT IS NOT NORMAL.’
Many users questioned Missguided, who previously collaborated with the sisters.
One tweeted: “Normally I never speak of ‘influencers’ but I am still disgusted by the fact that Soniaxfyza discriminates against Pakistani and Kurdish people. Pakistanis say they should be grateful to have a UK passport and allow freedom of travel. Is this the kind of behavior @Missguided support?’
Pretty Little Thing and Missguided both said they won’t tolerate racism, while PLT said they haven’t worked with the sisters since February
However, their popularity remains in tatters – even fashion brand Missguided responded to the video, which was posted to TikTok, writing, “This video was recently brought to our attention and we do not tolerate any form of racism or discrimination.”
PrettyLittleThings said on TikTok that they have not worked with the two sisters since February 2021 and “do not condone racism of any kind.”
Fans of the Ali sisters have also commented on how “creepy” their “obsession” with the Kardashian sisters is due to the fact that they looked “completely different” a few years ago – pointing to surgery.
People called out the influencer for using racist comments in her rant and some called her a hypocrite