What? Kapil Sharma confesses of writing those abusive tweets! 

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Published on 7 April 2018 7:16 AM GMT

What? Kapil Sharma confesses of writing those abusive tweets! 
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Mumbai: Has Kapil Sharma's downfall taken a toll on his mental condition? Well, we are not saying this, but as he has agreed that he wrote all those offensive and abusive posts on his Twitter handle itselfs makes it clear.

Hw tweeted, "Maine jo b likha tha apne dil se likha tha (whatever I wrote was written from my heart), it was my team who deleted my tweets. But main is k***e bikaayu reporter se darne wala nahi hu (But I will not be scared of this reporter). He can write anything for anybody just for few bucks. Shameless."

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Besides writing offensive tweets, Kapil has also lodged a complaint against the journalist, where the subject read Threat to extort and harassment by a news agency on the instance of ex-managers to cause mental and emotional suffering.

https://youtu.be/9nX4-a3venM

The complaint also reads:

  • All the instances of false and malicious publicity affected him emotionally and had to sought to professional counselling and is under medication.
  • Kapil is very disturbed by line of comments like a "failed actor, celebrity out of control, choice of wrong life partner".

A slew of offensive and abusive posts from his Twitter page left fans of Kapil shocked on Friday.

The actor-comedian, however, previously said his account had been hacked.

"Hi all, please ignore the previous offensive tweets as my account was hacked. Apologies for the inconvenience caused. Love and regards to all," Kapil tweeted late late on Friday afternoon.

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Earlier, several tweets on his official Twitter handle, included one requesting the media to not make Salman Khan's conviction news "negative".

A few posts addressed fake news. "Agar main prime minister hota to fake news banane walo ko faansi laga deta (If I was the Prime Minister, I would have hanged those who spread fake news)."

A few of the tweets had abusive language in Hindi. Some were also targeted at a journalist who allegedly only spreads negativity about Kapil Sharma for very little money.

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