After the #SackSidhu and #UnsubscribeSonyTV Twitter is now trending with the #BoycottKapilSharma.
A few days back while talking to media outside Punjab assembly, Navjot Singh Sidhu commented something that made everyone on the internet furious.
He disapproves the attack on Pakistan and commented, “For a handful of people, can you blame the entire nation and can you blame an individual?”
Netzines didn’t like what he commented and started two new hashtags #SackSidhu and #UnsubscribeSonyTV on Twitter. Also demanded the ouster of Navjot Singh Sidhu from the show.
But now they have moved on to the new thing, bashing Kapil Sharma for taking Sidhu’s side.
What is #BoycottKapilSharma?
Recently, Kapil Sharma was invited to an Art of Living event in Chandigarh, promoting drug-free India. Where he took a stand for Sidhu and said, “sacking him (Sidhu) is not the solution.”
Unsubscribing Sony tv or sacking Sidhu is not the real solution to the problem. These hashtags are just her to distract the youth from the main topic of concern.
While talking about the ban on Pakistani Artists, he added, “We agree with the government, but we still need a permanent solution. Talking randomly on the internet is not going to work. We have lost our soldiers in a cowardly attack and we should not forget this, culprits should be punished.”
Fans didn’t like Kapil taking a stand for Sidhu’s comment and as a result, they started a new trending hashtag on Twitter, #BoycottKapilSharma.
Here are some of the trending tweets:
— Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga (@TajinderBagga) February 18, 2019
He is saying choti moti baat
It’s all about money so we have to hit where it works.
Sony can’t afford loss of business, just remove sony pachi from our dish TV.
Solider life is not choti baat for us.
— sunil bhardwaj (@sksbhardwaj) February 19, 2019
O Bhai 15 cr tax diya tha … Ab itna lo kama le ki 5000 tax de sakay.
Kyun us gaddaar ke chakar main apni rozi roti pe laat maar raha hai. #boycottkapilsharma
— N.S.Slathia (@Nirdoshss) February 18, 2019
Netzines didn’t like it when Kapil addressed the Pulwama attack as a choti-moti batt. For netzines, they have lost their brave soldiers in a cowardly attack. Anyone who thinks this is a choti-moti baat has to face those hate comments.
Though, we know this is not going to work, celebrities always receive these type of hate comments and that never changed anything. They are used to it, those hate comments don’t affect them anymore.
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