Kangana gets trolled as she calls Rihanna a 'Fool' on Farmers' Protest tweet
Kangana has always appeared in favor of the agricultural law, now she called Rihanna a 'fool' and said that the protesters were not farmers but 'terrorists who are trying to divide India'.
In the ongoing Farmers Protest in India, the whole world is looking into it. It has now been more than 60 days for the farmers who are protesting against the agricultural law. However, in the meantime now farmers are getting support from all over the world.
Pop Singer Rihanna supports Farmers:
Now recently American Pop Star Rihanna tweeted in support of farmers with her Twitter handle. Rihanna tweeted, "Why are we not talking about farmers. #FarmersProtest." Reactions of Bollywood celebs are continuously coming on Rihanna's tweet.
After the tweet of Rihanna, Social Media is targeting Kangana Ranaut and asking now what would SHE say?
They all are terrorists: Kangana Ranaut
Kangana Ranaut replied to this tweet by Rihanna. Actress Kangana Ranaut tweeted, "No one is talking about them because they are not farmers. These are terrorists who are trying to break India. So that China is our weak broken Could capture the nation and form a colony like Chinese. "
Kangana calls Rihanna a 'Dummy:'
Kangana Ranaut further wrote, "Sit down, fool, we are not selling your country like a dummy." People are commenting a lot on Kangana Ranaut's tweet and giving their feedback.
At the same time, Rihanna gets support from Swara Bhaskar, Greta Thunberg. After the tweet of Kangana Ranaut and Rihannaa social media divided into two sections. It also questions if talking about our rights is against country. Social Media users also trolled Kangana for calling Rihana a dummy.
This thing of Rihanna did not appeal to Bollywood 'Queen' Kangana Ranaut and she has responded to this tweet in a very sharp manner. Kangana has always appeared in favor of the agricultural law, now she called Rihanna a 'fool' and said that the protesters were not farmers but 'terrorists who are trying to divide India'.