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Amir Khan's wife branded his music taste "gay" in a new social media video.
Faryal Makhdoom filmed her husband in bed on Snapchat, as he nodded his head along to music coming from his phone.
And Faryal laughs: "It's so gay."
She made headlines recently with her blunt condemnation of the UK government.
Following its decision to strike the United Arab Emirates from the travel corridor list, Faryal slammed the new rules meaning those arriving into the UK from the UAE have to isolate after touching down.
Taking to Snapchat, she shared an article after Transport Secretary Grant Shapps made the announcement.
She branded her husband's music taste 'gay'
(Image: Faryal Makhdoom/Instagram)
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And Faryal didn't hold back, fuming: "The British government has failed us.
"New rules around every corner with practically no warning. Feels like I'm living in a dictatorship."
A host of reality stars and celebs have been fleeing Dubai since the new travel restrictions were introduced.
Faryal slammed the British government
(Image: Faryal Makhdoom/snapchat)
Amir and Faryal were accused of breaking lockdown rules with a family celebration
(Image: David Fisher/REX/Shutterstock)
In December Faryal revealed she'd lost her sense of taste, a common symptom of the coronavirus, but jetted out to Dubai with Amir.
And the couple faced allegations that they'd broken Greater Manchester's rules back in August as they appeared to host a family celebration in their back garden.
At the time, Greater Manchester was under a localised lockdown, meaning it was against the law for people from different households to meet in a private home or garden unless they were part of a support bubble.
The restrictions had scuppered the plans of many Muslim families to celebrate Eid.
The Mirror has contacted reps for Faryal for comment.