Kangana Ranaut Just Called Rihanna A Fool For Talking About Indian Farmers' Protest & The Internet Is Losing It Over This Phadda

By Sana Yasmeen | 3 Feb, 2021

Kangana Ranaut going after Rihanna is hilarious

While the ongoing farmers’ protest in India has been earning itself violent criticism from the Modi government and followers, people from all around the globe are coming forward to question the role of the Indian government in this scenario.

 

The queen of our hearts and international music icon Rihanna just casually highlighted the farmers’ protest in India yesterday

She questioned why the world wasn’t talking about the issue and especially the role of Indian government in cutting internet access around the captial – New Delhi – where these farmers (mostly rural, Sikh and of Punjabi communities), were protesting against oppressive new laws.

 

Rihanna’s tweet immediately caught the attention of Modi bhakts and they were quick to retaliate

 

One such Modi bhakt was Indian actress Kangana Ranaut who tried to call out Rihanna by giving her an understanding of how things were

Kangana resorted to ‘name-calling’ by calling Rihanna a ‘fool and a dummy’ while portraying the farmers as terrorists. She also apparently made it a case of China being behind the farmers’ protest so that it could divide India just like it had apparently, in Kangana’s understanding made USA a Chinese colony.

 

Of course, Kangana Ranaut calling Rihanna, the queen of our hearts, a “fool” did not sit well with the internet

 

Internet sleuths even tried to tell Kangana how it was she only recently who tried to fangirl over Rihanna, by bringing up her past tweets, but Kangana was not having it

 

People have been wondering how Kangana Ranaut will try to milk this issue with Rihanna but most of all, everyone’s excited for her to be dragged so bad by Rihanna fans

 

For the uninitiated, here’s why the farmers in India are protesting and why Kangana Ranaut is trying to go after Rihanna for highlighting their struggle

The Modi Government brought into enactment, in September 2020, certain laws regarding major reforms in the agriculture sector of India. These laws faced massive criticism from the farmers, primarily belonging to Punjab, for exploiting their blood and sweat. The farmers, thus resorted to coming out of their homes in order to protest against the laws with demands for their annulment.

Kangana Ranaut Rihanna
Source: forbes.com

Modi Government, in return, provided no consolation to the farmers out in cold and proceeded to ban the internet in order to suppress the voices of the farmers. You may recall the farmers trying to stage a major protest on India’s Republic Day on January 26 when they tried to replace the Indian flag with the farmers’ union and Sikh religious flags on the Red Fort in the capital of India.

 

What’s good is that while Indian Government has tried to silence these farmers’ protest, thanks to Rihanna they’re now one of the biggest topic on the internet

Ever since Rihanna’s comments, the farmers’ protests are the biggest topic on Pakistani and Indian social media so it’s safe to say, thanks to Rihanna’s question, more people are finally talking about it.

Via: Twitter
Via: Twitter

As far as the farmers struggling for their rights are concerned, the Modi Government’s silence and ignorance on this issue are somewhat concerning. People on the internet and even from across the border are lending a hand of support by raising their voices against the unjust treatment of the Indian government towards the farmers.

Anyways, If you have anything to say about this alarming state of treatment towards the Indian farmers, let us know in the comments below.

 

Momina Mustehsan Just Beautifully Dragged Kangana Ranaut For Blaming Pakistan Yet Again

Muslims Are Pissed Off At Rihanna For Using A Hadith As Background Music For Her Savage x Fenty Lingerie Show

 


Cover image via orissapost.com / Getty Images

Share This

More Recent Stories

EXPRESS ENTERTAINMENT REVEALED AS THE MAIN MEDIA & TV PARTNER FOR PISA ’21 ALONG WITH OTHER SUPPORT!

20 Oct, 2021

PROTON Pakistan invites the Honourable President of Pakistan to Plant Inauguration And Line-off Ceremony

20 Oct, 2021

Tickets For PISA ’21 Now Available Online!

15 Oct, 2021
Technology

Challenges In Digitizing Utilities In Pakistan

13 Oct, 2021

Names Of Performers Released For PISA 2021

13 Oct, 2021

Piiiiin Chor Se Hosheyar

13 Oct, 2021