Pakistani singer and actress Rabi Pirzada has issued a bizarre threat to India and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the repealing of Article 370, where she threatened of a snake attack against him.

Pirzada, who is known for her weird behavior, can be seen playing with her snakes and other reptiles in the Twitter video that has gone viral. She then threatened Modi for revoking the special status of Jammu and Kashmir, OpIndia reported.

The singer, claiming to be a Kashmiri, asked the Indians to be ready as she intended on sending all her "friendly" snakes across the line of control.

She also wished for the prime minister to die in hell.

“As a Kashmiri girl, I am ready with all these snakes to gift it to Prime Minister Modi. Get ready to die in hell. All my friends are however peace friendly,” she said in her tweet.

Later, she began singing to show her support for Kashmir.

This is not the first time Pirzada has been involved in the Twitter blame game regarding the Kashmir issue. On Aug. 17, she released a song on her Twitter handle, about the Kashmir issue. In another controversial tweet, she wrote, “We Kashmiri love Pakistan, always have, always will.”

Eminent Pakistani personalities and politicians have voiced their solidarity in opposing the annulment of Article 370, which had given a special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir. However, their efforts to stir up a strong response against India has resulted in a number of social media gaffes for Pakistan.

While criticizing Modi, Pakistan Senator Rehman Malik wrongly tagged the UNO card game instead of United Nations Organisation. He was quoting a tweet by the news agency ANI on the situation in Kashmir.

Abdul Basit, the former Pakistan envoy to India, scaled the heights of goof-ups as he tweeted a photo of adult film actor Johnny Sins, calling him a Kashmiri man who had lost his vision after being hit by a pellet.

On Monday, another video became viral in which former cricketer Javed Miandad can been seen ranting against India and brandishing a sword, calling for jihad.

This is a representational image showing a snake. Getty Images