From puppet to clown: Malala’s British acting debut sends internet into frenzy

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has taken on a new role, donning a cowboy hat and riding a horse in her acting debut on the second season of the British series We Are Lady Parts.

The revelation of Malala’s unconventional appearance has ignited a storm of opinions across the internet. The sight of the renowned education advocate in Western attire has prompted a flurry of reactions on social media platforms.

Reddit users, known for their candid discourse, wasted no time in sharing their thoughts. One user speculated, “A lot of people are going to be annoyed at this for some reason,” while another suggested, “Making weak idiots very, very angry is kind of her thing.”

Meanwhile, Instagram witnessed a similar outpouring of reactions. Some users expressed amusement, with one remarking, “She was always a comedian for us,” while others expressed disappointment, with one lamenting, “Once I used to advocate for her that she’s there for education rights. Oh my god, I regret that…”

Despite the criticism, a lone defender urged others to respect Malala’s choices, stating, “Leave her alone! Let her live her life. She’s not living your life.”

Undeterred by the backlash, Malala shared her excitement with British Vogue about her unexpected foray into acting. “I’ve always been behind the scenes – I never expected to be in a show myself. Now, I’m finally showing my hidden talent,” she revealed.

Addressing her role in We Are Lady Parts, a series centered around an all-female Muslim punk band, Malala explained, “I went to the premiere of Polite Society, and I saw her speak there. That film is a masterpiece. It broke all the stereotypes.” For Malala, breaking stereotypes appears to be just another facet of her remarkable journey – cowboy hat included.

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