Since the pop singer Rihanna tweeted about the protests of the farmers, a number of international celebrities have denounced the Indian government and questioned the Center’s decision to block internet services at three protest sites near the borders of New Delhi.
After Rihanna, Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg said she stands in solidarity with farmers protesting against controversial farm laws of the government.
Former adult film star Mia Khalifa also voiced her concerns, tweeting her support for farmers, saying, “What the hell is happening with human rights violations ?!” Did they cut the internet in New Delhi? #FarmersProtest ”.
To the uninformed, Khalifa was a Lebanese-American porn star and webcam model.
After her tweet went viral, many users were delighted with this show of support, while others criticized her for commenting on Indian issues and teased her with derogatory and lewd comments.
Mia Khalifa responds to criticism
Responding to criticism, he followed up with a second tweet, this time mocking the allegations about “paid actors“.
As it was not enough, Twitter users also began to wonder if other porn stars would also tweet on the subject. Soon enough, actress and former porn star Sunny Leone and American pornographic actor Johnny Sins started trending on Twitter with users posting vague memes.
As we have informed you in The Truth NewsFor more than two months, thousands of farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been camping on the borders of New Delhi, demanding that the center repeal laws they say will leave them at the mercy of large corporate companies.
Meanwhile, MEA reacted to the sudden surge in international tweets, saying, “The temptation of social media hashtags and tabloids, especially when used by celebrities and others, is neither accurate nor responsible.”
“Before we rush to comment on these matters, we urge that the facts be ascertained and a proper understanding of the issues at hand be carried out,” he said.
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