The real reason behind Muhammad Shiraz and Muskaan quitting vlogging

In a recent and emotional video titled “Last Vlog,” six-year-old vlogger Muhammad Shiraz, accompanied by his sister Muskaan, announced their decision to step back from their popular YouTube channel.

The siblings, who hail from the Siachin sector of Gilgit-Baltistan, disclosed that their father had advised them to prioritize their education over their rapidly growing online careers.

Shiraz, visibly emotional in the video, shared, “I will follow my father’s advice. I would make a vlog when he would ask me. I feel making videos distracts me from my studies, and I want to do a lot of studying.”

Despite their disappointment, the siblings assured their fans of a possible return in the future and expressed deep gratitude for the support they have received.

Muhammad Shiraz and Muskaan, whose channel has amassed over 15 million subscribers, have not only entertained but also promoted tourism in northern Pakistan by showcasing the breathtaking landscapes of their village.

Their popularity even earned them an invitation to the PM House by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, further solidifying their status as national treasures.

While their decision to quit vlogging marks the end of an era for their followers, it highlights the importance of education and balance for young content creators.

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