Religious content should not be monetized: Bilal Maqsood

Lahore, 7th August: Pakistani singer Bilal Maqsood thinks that the religious content should not be monetized on social media.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, the lead singer and son of the famous writer Anwar Maqsood has expressed that the religious content like Duas and Surahs should not be monetized on YouTube.

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Sharing on his Instagram account, the singer said that it seems very strange while listening to a Surah or Dua on YouTube, you get to see random clothing or a cooking oil advertisement.

The singer felt the need to express his feelings while listening to Surah Rehman on YouTube and rightly said by him, it seems inappropriate when all sorts of endorsements pop up.

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Bilal Maqsood voiced his opinion that religious content on YouTube should not be monetized so that viewers can listen/watch the required video without any interruption.

Bilal Maqsood has recently recovered from the coronavirus and has been keeping his fans updated about his new music videos.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for more news and updates!

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