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Farmers protest: Indians lash out at ‘spineless celebrities’ on social media

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The farmers protest has ended up dividing a lot of India when it should not have and the nation’s celebrities who’re in any other case fairly vocal on social points and in elevating their voices towards injustices, have saved mum over the federal government’s atrocities (save for a number of). 

Indians on social media, who stand with the reason for the poor farmers within the nation, are beginning to name out their celebrities who tweeted in favour of the federal government as an alternative of siding with the farmers. 

#SpinelessCelebrities began trending on Twitter in India, with many customers questioning why India’s movie stars and cricket celebrities weren’t becoming a member of fingers with farmers once they had been supporting the #BlackLivesMatter motion in America. 

One person shared a quote supposedly by famed creator John Grisham on the privileged and their behavior of not standing for social justice. 

One other lashed out at Indian skipper Virat Kohli and veteran batsman Rohit Sharma, who had each referred to as on India to remain united. 

One other identified that America’s “Back Lives Matter”  protest was additionally its inside matter, if that was the stance celebrities in India had been taking over the farmers protest. 

One other identified how this too, was a script that varied Bollywood superstars had been simply studying from. 

Sukhdeep Singh took a dig on the notion amongst some Indians that Rihanna was paid to tweet for the farmers protest however the litany of Bollywood superstars who threw their weight behind the federal government, weren’t swayed by something. 

One social media person hilariously referred to Akshay Kumar and Saina Nehwal’s tweets as “copy paste” phrases. 

One phrase for the meme under, HILARIOUS!

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