On Thursday, Twitter cracked down on actress Kangana Ranaut and deleted some of her tweets. Posts that have been removed violate platform guidelines. Kangana responded to Rohit Sharma’s cricket message about farmer protests with lewd tweets. This is one of the two downloaded tweets.
Actor Queen shared a tweet the following evening that Twitter was threatening to permanently suspend his account. “The Chinese puppet Twitter threatened to block my account even though I did not violate any rules. Remember, jiss din plays tumko when you visit (the day I come down I will drag you). Just like TikTok China it will also ban you,” he wrote. Sharma has written, “India is always stronger when we are all together and it takes time to find a solution. Our farmers play an important role in the welfare of our nation and I believe everyone will do their part TOGETHER to find a solution. #IndiaTogether”, as a result of Ranaut’s answer in seconds.
Ever since pop singer and beauty mogul Rihanna tweeted the farmer’s protest, Ranaut has been writing viciously on Twitter. Singer Pon de Replay has contacted his bag on Twitter and exchanged messages from CNN discussing Internet shutdowns in parts of Delhi. In addition, Ranaut turned to Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who also supports farmers.
Although Thunberg is half his age, Ranaut – including other patriotic Indians – has turned to environmentalist and singer violence.