Rashed Belhasa, aka Money Kicks, aka one of Dubai’s most famous rich kids has spoken out against that #punishamuslim tag and you’ve got to give it to him.
The appalling tag incites hatred towards Islam and Rashed’s response is plain and simple.
He asks his followers to get educated about Islam, he makes a point to mention how tolerant people in the Middle East are towards all religions and if you’ve got a problem with that just unfollow his page. He’s Muslim and proud.
With over 1.3 million followers on both his YouTube and Instagram accounts, a lot of people look up to this 16-year-old and you’ve got to applaud his use of his platform to make a stand.
Money Kicks speaks out
“So today I wanted to react and stand against “ punish a Muslim day “ a day where Muslim people get punished for absolutely no reason . People should study and understand Islam before creating anything like this , this is completely wrong and people should stand up for the right cause and show what Islam really is #islam#mydubai #peace #love #london ❤️????????”