Rihanna, an American pop singer with around 100M followers on Twitter, asked people why they aren't talking about the massive farmers' protests in India. Soon after her tweet, Kangana Ranaut started calling out Rihanna and blamed her tweet for aggravating people for false propaganda.
Kangana called Rihanna a regular singer who works like an adult star in her albums. "Yes please India wants to know, to simplify to Indians, she is a singer much like Sunidhi Chauhan or Neha Kakkar ...what is so special about her, well... she can shake her bum cheeks and expose her a** crack right into the camera lens while singing..ya that’s all. Nothing else," she tweeted.
Adding further, "Librus who are getting excited about these American porn stars giving paid opinions about our internal issues, well 99 percent India does not care or respect American way of life, one of the most debauched, money minded and self centred societies. So calm down fools ..."
She hasn’t released a single song in 5 years, sells make up but looks like she is feeling Corona blues,Forbes estimated incomes are just PR gimmicks big sham,a million or two won’t hurt her right now, also notice in her tweet she did not commit to any opinion just a vague tweet. https://t.co/57VGWJZ8Be
The Manikarnika actress also commented on her work graph in the past few years and called her out for using Indians to serve her own interests."She hasn’t released a single song in 5 years, sells makeup but looks like she is feeling Corona blues,Forbes estimated incomes are just PR gimmicks big sham,a million or two won’t hurt her right now, also notice in her tweet she did not commit to any opinion just a vague tweet," added Ranaut. Earlier in her reply to Rihanna's tweet on farmers, Kangana had called her a 'fool' and 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."