New Delhi: Ever since Rihanna voiced her opinion over the Farmer’s Protest in India she has been talked about broadly. Soon after her tweet, a morphed picture of hers holding Pakistan’s flag at a cricket stadium has been circulating throughout Facebook and Twitter.
According to alt information, BJP Uttar Pradesh spokesperson Shalabh Mani Tripathi was amongst those that amplified the image of the pop icon holding the Pakistani flag. He had retweeted BJP UP Yuva Morcha employee Abhishek’s tweet. Though a number of posts and tweets have been eliminated, Abhishek and Tripathi’s retweet are nonetheless on-line. Shalabh Mani Tripathi additionally retweeted Mia Khalifa’s tweet with “By the way, who are these brothers? Looking knowledgeable about agriculture !!” Mia Khalifa had tweeted ” What in the human rights violations is going on?! They cut the internet around New Delhi?! #FarmersProtest with the image farmers at protest.
चमचों की नई राजमाता 😀😀.. pic.twitter.com/vbXvQOBJkY
— 𝐀𝐛𝐡𝐢𝐬𝐡𝐞𝐤 𝐁𝐣𝐩 (@AbhishekBJPUP) February 3, 2021
But Rihanna’s picture was actually from 2019 and he or she was holding a flag with the Cricket West Indies (CWI) crest. The picture was from when she attended the West Indies vs Sri Lanka cricket march within the ICC 2019 World Cup recreation at Chester-le-Street in Durham. There are a number of photos of her holding the West Indies flag from the day, in reality on her Instagram she had posted image of herself sporting the baseball cap with the West Indies crest.
Look who’s at #SLvWI to Rally ‘around the West Indies!
— ICC (@ICC) July 1, 2019
On Tuesday, Rihanna shared a narrative that highlighted the federal government’s newest crackdown on the agitating farmers by reducing off web companies in lots of areas. Sharing the information report on the continuing farmers’ protest in India, the Umbrella singer Rihanna took to her Twitter and wrote, “Why aren’t we talking about this?! #FarmersProtest” which has recieved a whole lot of backlash from Indian celebrities and supporters of Farm Laws. The Ministry of External Affairs too tweeted with the hashtag #IndianIn opposition toPropaganda.