Pop star Rihanna was the recent International celebrity to comment over the Farmer's struggle in India and Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut was quick to comment on it. Rihanna questioned the world why no one was talking about the Farmer's protest in India. The recent restrictions on the internet availability in Delhi was something that caught the International Sensation's attention.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut lashed out at Rihanna after she tweeted about the protests. She said that she was a 'fool' and 'dummy' to believe what was happening in the country. She also strongly stated that the ones protesting were not farmers but terrorists who were keen on spreading terror and misconceptions in the crowd.
Rihanna tweeted 'Why are we not talking about this?' along with a article that was highlighting the news about the internet shortage in the Indian capital. The tweet did reach a large portion of netizens all around the world, thanks to the 100 million followers that the singer has. Rihanna has always been vocal about national issues and tweets about stories that need public attention.
Seems like the tweet did not go down well with Kangana who has been the talk of the town because of her political opinions and campaign against Bollywood Nepotism. She used offensive adjectives to address the International pop singer and pointed out that she didn't know anything about what is happening within the country.
This is what Kangana's tweet said - ""No one is talking about it because they are not farmers they are terrorists who are trying to divide India, so that China can take over our vulnerable broken nation and make it a Chinese colony much like USA... Sit down you fool, we are not selling our nation like you dummies."
The twitter crowd saw this as a reason to make memes and point out Kangana's offensive behaviour. Some even labelled her a BJP Bhakt and urged Rihanna to give a befitting reply to the actress.
Recently, the actress called all Indians who are supporting the Farmer's Protests as terrorists and seems like she is in a mood to express more of her views on the National Issue.