Celebrities often get trolled on social media these days. For them, it is not a new thing to face criticism, slamming, even death threats. If we talk about actresses, they often get trolled for their looks, dresses, body type other than their acting skills. Actresses have to face harsh comments not only on their Instagram pictures but on tweets as well. Though, most of the times, the haters are seen to be having no opinion of their own, this time it didn’t happen like that. Recently, Sonam Kapoor got slammed and trolled by netizens for all the right reasons.
Sonam Kapoor, with all her intelligence, shared her point of view on how city’s traffic and pollution affected her journey and made her to reach her destination two hours late.
This is the Instagram story by Sonam Kapoor that started all the fuss:
After Sonam Kapoor talked about the pollution, a Twitter user (anantvasu) tried to teach a good lesson to Sonam by tweeting something really interesting. Before you go onto some conclusion, let us tell you that the Twitter user did some good research before writing the tweet. Check his tweet below:
@sonamakapoor its because of people like you,who don’t use public transport or less fuel consumption vehicles.
You Know that your luxury car gives 3 or 4 km per litre mileage and 10 /20 AC’s in your house are equally responsible for global warming.
First control your pollution. pic.twitter.com/CrlGmKxv0b
— anant vasu(AV):&less (@anantvasu) October 4, 2018
As soon as this tweet went online, in no time it got noticed by Sonam Kapoor and she tried her best to put down the guy’s tweet. This is what Sonam tweeted in reply:
And it’s because of men like you that women find it difficult to use public transport for fear of being harassed
— Sonam K Ahuja (@sonamakapoor) October 4, 2018
The guy replied again and even threatened to take Sonam to court.
@sonamakapoor I can take you to the court for this coz I still believe in constitution.
N i am not a judge without a degree like you.@AnilKapoor @SirJadejaaaa @theskindoctor13 @Raghavgaur_2807 @mohanssingg
Shame shame shame shame.
— anant vasu(AV):&less (@anantvasu) October 5, 2018
And then, a good number of tweets started pouring in. Netizens supported the guy for all the right reasons and dropped their savage tweets slamming Sonam Kapoor.
68% of conventional energy is used by super rich persons (3% of total World’s population). They use 57% of earth’s resources. And they are rude, ignorant, dumbo and responsible for 99% of World’s problems. And they have platinum victim cards too.
— Neel Mani Tripathi (@neelmanilaw) October 5, 2018
Some believe celebrities can’t say anything they want to!
Go ahead brother. They think that if they are celebs they have the right to do or say anything they feel like.
— Abhishesh Kashyap (@Abhishesh04) October 5, 2018
A few talked about logic!
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) October 4, 2018
Others took digs at AIB!
He showed you facts politely and he becomes a harasser? AIB comedians are sending dick pics to minors and you lauded them. What more can you expect from a silver spooner gawar who is not even a graduate. Now take out your victim card. Oh lord zezus! I’m being harassed.
— THE SKIN DOCTOR (@theskindoctor13) October 4, 2018
The victim card, they believed in!
Lmao, He literally never said anything that would cause you fear. Playing victim at the wrong place with the wrong person I guess?
— Dhruv. (@Dhruvieeee) October 4, 2018
Some even asked for an elaboration!
Madam can you please elaborate “men like you” part? Why and how did you assume he is an offender?
— Yuvraj Jain (@iamyuvi12) October 4, 2018
Questioning your highness with that too logic is harassment. Be thankful she didn’t tag mumbai police saying argue kiye that too with logic jail mein dalo is molester ko .. @AllIndiaBakchod Is real women right champions baki sab moletser hai bc !
— Dracaryrs (@whereismabeer) October 4, 2018
And this one!
Super formula! When cornered with no reasonable answers conveniently play the Women card and involve stuff like sexual Harassment. It’s becoming a very common phenomena in Bollywood.
— Sandy Boy! (@ssingapuri) October 4, 2018
Well, this chain of tweets are clearly indicative of the fact that women should not play their victim cards all the time and be a little sensible about using heavy words such as harassment. What do you think about Sonam’s tweet?