Rishi Kapoor is already well known for his extrovert personality and big mouth on social media. His Twitter account has his well-opinionated tweets. He has hardly ever fallen short of words while expressing his views regarding controversies whether it’s related to Bollywood or politics.
Yesterday will surely be marked in the history. Two historic events took place both India and the US. In India PM Modi has banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in order to fight corruption and black money. While in the US, Donald Trump was elected the 45th US President.
While everyone was expressing his/her view differently with elaborate speeches or long messages, Rishi Kapoor, with a single tweet, targeted both nations.
Take a look at his tweet…
In the last 2 days, two of the world’s largest democracies have gone from black to white.
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) November 10, 2016
Though, twitteratis didn’t like his comment much. They called the tweet plagiarized as well as racist…
@chintskap isn’t it racist????
— rakshit gupta (@rakshitgupta100) November 10, 2016
@chintskap well well well!!thats really a racist comment sir!respect ya but think what you speak
— Ayush jain (@987_jain) November 10, 2016
@chintskap It’s been circulating on WhatsApp and is a racist comment. Please delete as it doesn’t fit a man of your stature.
— #DestroyTheAadhaar (@KanchenjungaEve) November 10, 2016
@chintskap recycled and slightly racist, you can do better
— Anindo Chatterjee (@anindo_c) November 10, 2016
To fight black money, India has banned its two currency notes and the US presidency has now gone from Obama to Trump. Obviously, it’s not a racist comment. We are aware of Rishi’s way of expressing things. Let’s not make it a controversy and take it as his smart way of commenting.