Why Kangana Ranaut Calls Rihanna A Fool ? Read Here What Rihanna Tweets On Farmer’s Protest
WASHINGTON: Rihanna, an International pop star, continued her assistance to farmers protesting on the borders of India’s capital against the three agriculture laws introduced by the Central government last year and asked why people weren’t talking about it.
Taking to Twitter, the 32-year-old pop star shared a news article by CNN on the net shutdown in several districts of Delhi’s neighboring state Haryana after protestors broke barricades to enter New Delhi and clashed with police in several parts of the capital during the January 26 ‘tractor rally’ protest organized by farmers.
The protestors also entered the long-lasting Mughal Era monument Red Fort and unfurled their flags from its ramparts.
Rihanna said, “Why aren’t we talking about this?!” as she used the #FarmersProtest in her micro-blogging site
The ‘Umbrella’ crooner’s tweet evoked fans and celebrity followers’ reactions and caused her to trend on the microblogging platform. With over 241,000 tweets, Rihanna was trending at no one spot in India on the location. And she get 70,000 retweets and 144,000 likes.
Actor Kangana Ranaut, who had supported farm laws, called Rihanna a “fool” and said that the protestors weren’t farmers but “terrorists who try to divide India.”
They’re terrorists who try to divide India so that China can take over our vulnerable, broken nation and make it a Chinese colony very similar to the USA… Sit down, you fool; we aren’t selling our nation such as you dummies,” the ‘Panga’ actor tweeted.
Others like Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Diljit Dosanjh have earlier begin in support of the farmers on Twitter. He also had a Twitter spat with Kangana, following their different opinions on the protesting farmers.
“Yes! Thank you so much , Rihanna. This is a kindness matter! #IStandWithFarmers and this narrative is TIRED,” actress Lily Singh, comedian, chat show host, and Canadian YouTuber tweeted.
While, the Haryana government has increased the stoppage of mobile internet services in some state districts till 5 pm on February 3.
Farmers are protesting on the various borders of the capital since November 26 last year against the three newly enacted farm laws: Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and farm Services Act 2020 and, therefore, the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.