Ayyan Ali stuns fans with her inspiring weight loss story. Ayyan Ali was a super gorgeous Pakistani model and singer. She started her modeling career in 2010 and won the title of Best Female Emerging Model. She was also nominated for four times for the Lux Style Awards. She was a popular model when an alleged money laundering case ended her career. The model, however, didn’t leave her struggles and switched to singing. Ayyan has recently shared her rigorous gym routine and her amazing weight loss journey with her fans.
“Friends, there you go. Presenting you my very first album Nothing Like Everything. I started it five years ago and it is finally released. Official Animated Videos and music videos and much more will be out soon, guys! Stay Tuned!” Ali said in a Twitter post.
Ayyan has recently shared a picture in which she is seen flaunting her tattoo that says “AZ”. As soon as she posted her picture netizens got curious about the meaning of her tattoo and started guessing it.
Former Pakistani supermodel-turned-singer Ayyan Ali has just released her first full length music album titled Nothing Like Everything, with a total of 11 tracks that apparently took her half a decade to make.
Ayyan Ali has also shared her struggles with depression and weight gain, she said that she was suffering from PTSD ( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) after which she went from 60 Kg to 100 kg but now she’s 58 Kg after her rigorous work out routine.
Ayyan Ali stuns fans with her inspiring weight loss story
Ali was proclaimed an offender by a court in a currency smuggling case. She was arrested on March 14, 2015, for allegedly attempting to smuggle $506,800 in cash to the UAE, past the Airports Security Force personnel at Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad.
She had been absconding for almost four years now, without posting anything on her social media until now. In fact, Ali had not appeared in court for her last 45 hearings either, after which the court issued her arrest warrant and declared her ‘most wanted’. It also ordered all of her property to be confiscated.