Chinmayi slams local publication for celebrating Vairamuthu on Women's Day

Chinmayi Sripaada took to Twitter to slam a Tamil publication which celebrated Vairamuthu on Women's Day.
Written By Chaiitanya Rao | Updated: March 08, 2021 17:27 IST
Chinmayi slams local publication for celebrating Vairamuthu on Women's Day

Chinmayi Sripaada, a popular singer and voice artist, was one among the 18 women who accused lyricist Vairamuthu on his sexual predatory behaviour as part of the #MeToo movement which rocked India in 2018. Ever since she came out with her story, the Tamil cinema industry has shunned her and she was out of work for more than a year. Though she has filed a case against Vairamuthu, there has been no respite for her. Recently, Chinmayi took to Twitter to share a series of tweets against a Tamil publication which celebrated Vairamuthu for a song he wrote on Women's Day.

 
Chinmayi wrote, "On Women’s Day, a major Tamil publication talks about a song of Mr Vairamuthu which is about women. (!) Mr Vairamuthu is currently writing a 100 songs, has more than as many singers, composers and directors collaborating… What’s interesting is how Dinathanthi fails to mention that 17 women have outed Mr Vairamuthu as a molester. While the fact that I was a part of the MeToo ‘Controversy’ is always mentioned… On Women’s Day, I’ll be sitting in Court. Requesting my ban on working by BJP’s Radha Ravi and the dubbing Union he manages, gets lifted. For my right to work that was snatched away by the very man that molested me and his politician friends. Happy Women’s Day (sic)."
 




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