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Child Vlogger Muhammad Shiraz Receives YouTube Gold Play Button

Child Vlogger Muhammad Shiraz Receives YouTube Gold Play Button

Five-year-old Muhammad Shiraz, Pakistan’s youngest vlogger from Gilgit-Baltistan, couldn’t contain his excitement as he shared the news of receiving the prestigious YouTube gold play button on his Instagram handle.

The gold play button, an illustrious award crafted from gold-plated brass, is bestowed upon channels surpassing the remarkable milestone of 1,000,000 subscribers. Shiraz and his sister Muskan exude pride in a carousel post, posing with the coveted accolade.

Despite being just a grade 1 student, Shiraz recently ventured into YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram, where he documents his daily activities, offering glimpses into the rustic village life of the scenic northern region bordering China.

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Joining the jubilation are friends and family, captured in heartwarming snapshots. Shiraz’s charming videos, often featuring his family, have garnered widespread admiration and a devoted following. This achievement marks a significant milestone in his burgeoning career as a content creator, inspiring aspiring vloggers nationwide.

In a matter of months, his social media endeavors have propelled him to celebrity status, captivating the internet and winning hearts across diaspora communities.

Hailing from Ghursay, a quaint village nestled on the foothills of Siachen, the world’s highest battlefield, Shiraz invites his viewers on a virtual tour through winding stony streets and Persian-style houses, while also acquainting them with local festivals and celebrations.

“I want to showcase the beauty of my village and local life to the outside world. I just like it,” Shiraz expressed to Anadolu, shedding light on his motivation to join YouTube. Despite his young age, Shiraz’s endearing vlogs, characterized by his broken Urdu and playful storytelling style, offer viewers a unique glimpse into daily life in the eastern Karakoram mountain range of the Himalayas.