Pakistan and Zimbabwe About Mr Bean: We refer to Asif Muhammad as the Pakistani Mr. Bean because of his remarkable similarity to the genuine Mr. Bean. But why is the Pakistani Mr. Bean\’s topic of so much discussion right now? If you\’re still unclear why Pakistani Mr. Bean is so popular, let us enlighten you.
It all began when a purported Zimbabwean Twitter account said they would resolve the issue while labeling Pakistanis as \”frauds.\” “Just pray for rain to save you,” Ngugi Chasura wrote on Twitter. When asked why he was so angry, he said, “They gave us Pak Bean instead of Mr Bean on one of our local events called agriculture show.,\”
Let\’s examine the specifics of what happened. The incident started in 2016 when Mr. Pak Bean, a Pakistani comedian known as Asif Muhammad, impersonated Mr. Bean, the popular character created by British actor Rowan Atkinson, in Harare.
Pakistani Mr. Bean is popular online
Ngugi Chasura, a Zimbabwean who tweets under that name, added, \”We felt ashamed in front of our relatives.\”
Before the event at the Harare International Conference Centre, which cost supporters $10 per ticket but was a complete flop, Pak Bean was even escorted by police.
The incident immediately gained notoriety, and the game between the two nations was given the moniker \”Mr. Bean Derby.\”
Thus, before the game began, the Zimbabwean citizen\’s tweet revived the forgotten incident. Therefore, to lighten the mood following the game, the presidents engaged in some amusing banter.