The former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan has made a world record for the most number of participants in a Twitter Space Session.

The former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan has made a world record for the most number of participants in a Twitter Space Session. Ahead of his party’s Lahore jalsa, Khan spoke to a Twitter Space Session where the attendees have crossed the record-breaking 165K mark.

The record-breaking Twitter Space Session

The Imran khan led the party, PTI, confirmed the record-breaking numbers in a tweet; “Congrats Pakistan! Chairman PTI @ImranKhanPTI’s space session is the top space in terms of participants in Twitter’s history!” The social media analyst Matt Navarra also tweeted about the historic Twitter Space Session, he wrote; “This Twitter Space with @PTIofficial @ImranKhanPTI currently has 164k+ live listeners. A new @TwitterSpaces record ?”

According to LetsOTT Global, Khan’s Twitter Space created a new record in Twitter’s history– of people attending – and beat the previous record of more than 44K people who attended K-POP star BamBam’s lyrical space. The third-biggest Twitter Spaces record is currently held by the Salvador Bill Analysis – the crypto law which saw El Salvador making Bitcoin a legal tender in the country – that saw more than 27K people in attendance.

The hosts thanked the crowd for creating history

PTI’s social media team members, who hosted the event, Dr Arslan Khan and Jibran Ilyas thanked the attendees for their participation. Ilyas wrote; “Thank you all for attending the historic #ImranKhanLIVE Twitter Space. Thanks to @TwitterSpaces for increasing limits, we were able to get to 164K+. The previous record was around 57K, we beat that by 100,000+. Loved the heartfelt questions & responses!”

While Dr Arsalan shared a BTS video in his tweet, he wrote; “Massive and record-breaking response on today’s live session. First-ever @TwitterSpaces experience with such huge nos, few areas of improvement noted for future ones. A max of 162k listeners at one time while 500k tuned in during the one hr session.”

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